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Winged winter visitors fail to duck poachers
Staff Reporter
The Telegraph , Saturday, November 25, 2006

Nov. 24 : They fly thousands of miles to reach their winter home and most make it without a scratch on their delicate feathered bodies. But for the ruddy-shell ducks that flock the banks of the Brahma ...More


3 tiger cubs arrive in Ranthambore
Lokpal Sethi
The Pioneer , Saturday, November 25, 2006

Good news for tiger lovers. Three more tiger cubs have arrived in the Ranthambore National Park at Swaimadhopur, on Thursday. With this the total number of tigers cubs in the park has risen to ten wit ...More


Winged winter visitors fail to duck poachers
Our Correspondent
The Telegraph , Saturday, November 25, 2006

Nov. 24 : They fly thousands of miles to reach their winter home and most make it without a scratch on their delicate feathered bodies. But for the ruddy-shell ducks that flock the banks of the Brahma ...More


3 tiger cubs arrive in Ranthambore
Lokpal Sethi
The Pioneer , Saturday, November 25, 2006

Good news for tiger lovers. Three more tiger cubs have arrived in the Ranthambore National Park at Swaimadhopur, on Thursday. With this the total number of tigers cubs in the park has risen to ten wit ...More


Take steps to protect wildlife
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Friday, November 24, 2006

High CourtRound-Up Kochi: A Division Bench of the Kerala High Court on Thursday reminded the State Government and the Chief Wildlife Warden of the necessity to put into practice the decisions taken ...More


Migratory birds start flying into Pulicat
P. Oppili
The Hindu , Friday, November 24, 2006

About 5,000 visitors sighted in the sanctuary so far CHENNAI: Pulicat, a less-publicised destination of migratory birds, has started receiving its annual winged visitors this season. Migrants such ...More


Number of winged guests drops in Orissa
Deba Choudhury
The Pioneer , Monday, November 20, 2006

Bhubaneswar: ... thanks to global warming, degenerating ecosystem Surprisingly, the number of migratory birds visiting the famous Chilika Lake in particular and the State in general has substantial ...More


Farmers distressed over repeated elephant attacks
Anurjay Dhal
The Pioneer , Saturday, November 18, 2006

Bhubaneswar:...block National Highway For a city with polite, peaceful environs, Bhubaneswar is facing an undomesticated quandary of pachydermic proportions. A surplus of trees, paddy fields and bo ...More


Ladle leads Manas anti-poaching campaign
Roopak Goswami
The Telegraph , Saturday, November 18, 2006

Guwahati, Nov. 17: Kitchen hartal, the time-tested instrument of protest of sulking wives, is set to become the new mantra of an anti-poaching campaign at the Manas National Park. The method is simpl ...More


Reformed poachers turn wildlife protectors
Navneet Anand
The Telegraph , Friday, November 17, 2006

Nov. 16: A group of reformed poachers has become the bulwark of the conservation programme at one of Assam’s wildlife hotspots. Encouraged by a local NGO, Discovery Club, these former poachers and ot ...More


Despite patrolling, poachers eye birds in Chilika
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Everyday migratory birds are arriving at Chilika Lake from Siberia, Kazakhstan and Mongolia. Within a week, more than 2.5 lakh migratory birds have reached here. Rare spices pintel, wizen, kopserpoach ...More


Forest dept's worry on low rate of poaching conviction over
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Wednesday, November 15, 2006

...gets permission to hire lawyers from panels With a view to addressing low rate of convictions in forest and wildlife related crimes, the Forest Department has now been allowed to choose its la ...More


Four held for poaching barking deer
Staff Reporter
The Statesman , Monday, November 13, 2006

Statesman News Service GANGTOK, Nov. 12: Four persons were arrested by officials of wildlife department of Sikkim last night on charges of poaching a barking deer from the reserved forest of Rolay in ...More


Bangalore to host next meeting of Forest Ministers
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Monday, November 13, 2006

Bangalore to host next meeting of Forest Ministers of southern States „h Concern over shortage of funds to increase forest cover „h Forest Ministers to seek audience with Prime Minister ...More


Tiger carcass found in Virur range; four held
Vivek Deshpande
The Indian Express , Sunday, November 12, 2006

Nagpur, November 11:An adult tigress (about 3 years old) was found dead in the Virur range of Central Chanda Division on Friday. Four persons from the nearby Yergavan village were arrested in connec ...More


Migratory birds start flocking Hirakud dam
Staff Reporter
The Statesman , Sunday, November 12, 2006

Statesman News Service SAMBALPUR, Nov. 10: Hirakud reservoir, spread across 745 square km, now bears a colourful look with Siberian and Himalayan birds flocking the water body. The whole atmosphere ...More


Migratory birds start flocking Hirakud dam
Staff Reporter
The Statesman , Saturday, November 11, 2006

SAMBALPUR, Nov. 10: Hirakud reservoir, spread across 745 square km, now bears a colourful look with Siberian and Himalayan birds flocking the water body. The whole atmosphere is filled with fun and fr ...More


Most tiger reserves ill-equipped to save big cats
Diptiman Chakraborty
The Pioneer , Thursday, November 09, 2006

Bhubaneswar: ... Simlipal staff lack adequate strength against poachers Project Tiger was launched more than three decades ago, but over the years only failures abound. When one can expect stupend ...More


Tiger population may drop to 500 in next five yrs
Diptiman Chakraborty
The Pioneer , Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Bhubaneswar: Though India remains the world's last significant sanctuary for tigers, the population of the big cats has dropped from about 1,00,000 in the 19th century to just 1,200 to 1,800 today. ...More


Forest ministers for common strategy to conserve ecosystem
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Saturday, November 04, 2006

Pioneer News Service Thiruvananthapuram: The two-day conference of Forest Ministers of the Southern States has decided to evolve a common strategy and work together for the protection and conservatio ...More


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