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50,000 migratory birds reach Chilika
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Thursday, November 02, 2006

Puri: but only a single powerboat to thwart poachers The end of last month saw more than 50,000 migratory birds arrive in Chilika Lake, taking shelter in Kalupara, Nalabana bird sanctuary, Mangla ...More


Forest guard killed by wild elephants
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Saturday, October 21, 2006

Udhagamandalam: A forest guard, Bomman alias `Karadi' Bomman, was killed by wild elephants at the Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park on Friday. The Wildlife Warden, Nilgiris, Rakesh Kumar ...More


Three elephants found dead in Rairakhol
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Pioneer News Service Bhubaneswar: In yet another shocking incident, on Tuesday, three elephants, a female and two calves, were found dead near the Penthabahal forest area under Rairakhol forest divis ...More


Ex-wardens who caught SDM for poaching denied appointment
Lalit Mohan
The Tribune , Monday, October 16, 2006

Gurdaspur, October 15 The Punjab Government after a gap of about two years has once again appointed honorary wildlife wardens in the state. However, not surprisingly, former wildlife wardens, Mr Sukh ...More


Community policing to stop poaching, timber smuggling
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Monday, October 16, 2006

Bhubaneswar : The State Government has decided to take up community policing in the Chandaka Reserve Forest to stop the incidents of poaching and the stop the menace of timber smuggling. Divisiona ...More


Two elephants found dead near Joda
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Friday, October 13, 2006

Pioneer News Service Bhubaneswar: Despite tall claims of Chief Wildlife Warden SC Mohanty that poaching of wildlife animals was not taking place as per the media reports, shockingly three elephants h ...More


UP jungles a killing field of big cats
Manjari Mishra
Times of India , Thursday, October 12, 2006

SURAT: Nine per day and 60 in a week, these figures are not the target plan of a manufacturing LUCKNOW: With over ten tigers and leopards dying of unnatural causes during the past one year, survival h ...More


Chambal dolphin numbers go down
Chanchal Manohar Singh
The Deccan Herald , Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Bhopal: The dolphin population in the Chambal river in Madhya Pradesh has been reduced by more than one-third. Ever-increasing pollution and rampant poaching are the apparent culprits. From 93, the nu ...More


Conservationists' sigh with relief as forum bans ivory sale in Africa
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Monday, October 09, 2006

Heeding to elephant conservationist, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) at its meeting held in Geneva last week decided not to allow sale of iv ...More


Tiger population not declining in State, asserts Govt
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Saturday, October 07, 2006

Bhubaneswar: The Orissa Government has refuted the allegation made by Wildlife Society of Orissa (WSO) secretary Biswajit Mohanty that tiger population in the State was decreasing. A Government releas ...More


State turns into wildlife criminals' paradise
Biswajit Mohanty
The Pioneer , Wednesday, October 04, 2006

...as Government fails to check the growing offence rate During the ongoing Wildlife Week celebrations held at Bhubaneswar, while VIPs would be addressing the public in plush auditoriums, the guns ...More


Authorities elusive on Simlipal tiger population
Staff Reporter
The Statesman , Friday, September 29, 2006

BHUBANESWAR, Sept. 17: The “uproar” rather than the “roar” brought the top wildlife officers out of their “den” to explain at length that it was highly speculative and presumptuous to say anything on ...More


No poaching at Simlipal
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Friday, September 29, 2006

Bhubaneswar: While tigers are dying in most parts of India including Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary, not a single case of poaching has been reported from Similipal in the last 17 years. This was claimed b ...More


Only skins, no sighting of Big Cats in Tibet
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Thursday, September 28, 2006

New Delhi: It may be difficult to sight a tiger in the wild but its skin is openly for display and sale in neighbouring Tibet. Despite the international outcry against vanishing tigers in India, the s ...More


Project Tiger is only a paper tiger: CAG
Smitha Rao
Times of India , Thursday, September 28, 2006

BANGALORE: The growl in the Project Tiger has been muzzled. Of the six new tiger reserves approved by the government of India in the Ninth Plan, only four have been created. Tigers breed well and ...More


Project Tiger is only a paper tiger: CAG
Smitha Rao
Times of India , Wednesday, September 27, 2006

BANGALORE: The growl in the Project Tiger has been muzzled. Of the six new tiger reserves approved by the government of India in the Ninth Plan, only four have been created. Tigers breed well and ...More


"A country like India must have a land use plan"
G. Ananthakrishnan
The Hindu , Saturday, September 23, 2006

George B. Schaller, a pioneer in field biology, says it is possible to achieve economic growth without destroying the environment and losing wildlife. In an interview in Bangalore recently, he says ev ...More


Man-elephant conflict intensifies in State
Sivasish Thakur
The Assam Tribune , Wednesday, September 20, 2006

GUWAHATI, Sept 19 – The man-elephant conflict in the State, which has come to symbolize one of the worst man-animal conflict situations in the world, has shown little signs of abatement with the year ...More


Croc pal gets a park in Kerala
JOHN MARY
The Telegraph , Monday, September 18, 2006

Munnar, Sept. 17: The Kerala government will re-christen a crocodile park after “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin, who died of a stingray barb while filming off Australia’s Great Barrier Reef on Septem ...More


Do not turn your back on forests, wildlife: Schaller
Alladi Jayasri
The Hindu , Monday, September 18, 2006

BANGALORE: Vanishing tigers in Sariska and Ranthambore may have set the alarm bells ringing and finally led to the setting up of the Tiger Task Force by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh last year. But th ...More


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