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Lakhs of migratory birds visit
Staff Reporter
Deccan Herald , Sunday, January 16, 2005

For the first time this year global positioning system was used and assistance of bird experts from abroad was taken to count the avian guests.Bhubaneswar, dhns: Over 9.48 lakh migratory birds from bo ...More


Chilka Lake receives some 'rare' guests
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Tuesday, January 11, 2005

With thousands of migratory birds arriving from different parts of the world, Chilka Lake in Bhubaneswar is again full of life. Rare species like the Peregrine Falcon, Spotbilled Pelican, Pallas fishi ...More


And now, waves of misplaced relief
Meenakshi Rao
The Pioneer , Sunday, January 09, 2005

Tamil Nadu is yet to return from the surreal leap it took to tragedy on Boxer's Day. Two weeks after the tsunami swept away life in the coastal areas of the State, another surreal side-effect is turni ...More


Alert sounded in Rajaji National Park
Staff Reporter
The Tribune , Wednesday, December 29, 2004

Dehra Dun, December 28 With the wildlife in state’s national parks left vulnerable to poachers and free loggers for almost a month now, the forest authorities at Rajaji National Park have taken strin ...More


Protest against Sahara’s Sunderbans tourism project
Prashant Paul
Deccan Herald , Sunday, December 26, 2004

The proposed Rs 600 crore international eco-tourism project planned to come up over an 880 acre area of land and water in the world famous Sunderbans Island has run aground with some leading environme ...More


Fourth park tiger killed in a week!
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Friday, December 24, 2004

BHOPAL, DEC. 23. One more tiger was killed in the Thuepani beat falling under the Gumtara range of the Pench National Park on Sunday night. With this latest killing, the total number of tigers found k ...More


Poaching resurfaces at National Park?
Lalit Shastri
The Hindu , Tuesday, December 21, 2004

BHOPAL, DEC. 20. The poaching menace has raised its ugly head inside the Pench National Park in Madhya Pradesh where the remains of a tiger, said to have been killed by poachers, were found on Sunday. ...More


Assam must save shrinking wetlands
Monalisa Gogoi
The pioneer , Tuesday, December 21, 2004

Despite the noise that the State Government routinely makes about its efforts to development tourism in Assam, it is obvious there is much that needs to be done before the industry gains any recogniti ...More


Tigress, cub poached in M.P. forest
Lalit Shastri
The Hindu , Sunday, December 19, 2004

BHOPAL, DEC. 18. Poachers continue to strike at will in Madhya Pradesh and the latest case of poaching has been detected in Seoni district where the carcass of a tigress and her cub were found lying j ...More


Concern in Orissa House over killing of migratory birds
Staff Reporter
Deccan Herald , Sunday, December 19, 2004

Orissa Assembly Speaker Maheswar Mohanty has directed the state government to initiate appropriate steps immediately to stop poaching of migratory birds in Chilka lake, Asia’s biggest brackish water l ...More


Rhino poachers resort to pit-poaching
Staff Reporter
The Assam Tribune , Thursday, December 16, 2004

BOKAKHAT, Dec 15 – The unscrupulous poachers in and around the Kaziranga National Park (KNP) have reported to pit-poaching method for trapping rhinos as opposed to gun shots and electrocution. It is l ...More


Forest guards no match to smugglers
Nishikant Dwivedi
the tribune , Wednesday, December 15, 2004

Yamunanagar, December 14 The ill-equipped guards of the Kalesar reserved forests spread over an area of 11,570 acres on the either side of Yamunanagar-Paonta Sahib road, are no match to the smugglers ...More


Students combat sale of turtle eggs
K. Santhosh
The Hindu , Monday, December 13, 2004

CHAVAKKAD (THRISSUR DIST.), DEC. 12. A band of students from a local school have launched a campaign to stop the reported sale of the eggs of the endangered Olive Ridley turtles along the coast. Und ...More


Wild animals survive drought in Pocharam sanctuary
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Sunday, December 12, 2004

POCHARAM (MEDAK), DEC. 11. The animals of Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary except the national bird, Peacock, have survived the fourth consecutive drought in the region. The annual wildlife census has prov ...More


Veerappan passe, cronies poach and loot
Arvind Govda
Times of India , Wednesday, December 08, 2004

BANGALORE: Veerappan's evil legacy lives on — nearly two months after he was eliminated, his home turf is now up for grabs. Wannabe Veerappans and the smuggler's former cronies are taking over the for ...More


Chilka lake continues to be poachers’ paradise
S T Beuria
Deccan Herald , Wednesday, December 08, 2004

Orissa’s Chilka lake, Asia’s biggest brackish water lake and country’s topmost winter home for migratory birds continues to be a poachers’ paradise despite measures initiated by the state government t ...More


Illegal wildlife trade flourishing in State
divya sreedharan
The Hindu , Wednesday, November 24, 2004

BANGALORE, NOV. 23. Alarmingly high seizures of skins, ivory and pelts are indications that illegal wildlife trade flourishes in the State. The poaching that happens in the State's forests and wildl ...More


SC notice to Reliance for damaging forest
Staff Reporter
The Tribune , Saturday, November 20, 2004

The Supreme Court today issued notice to the Reliance Telecom Ltd (RTL) on proposed Rs 1 crore fine on the company by a high powered court appointed committee for causing damages to protected forests ...More


Wildlife warden catches poachers
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Thursday, November 18, 2004

CHANDIGARH: The arrest of three persons from a poaching tribe has once again brought to light how certain species of birds and animals are being blasted out of existence in the Shiwalik foests. The Si ...More


Poachers stalk birds at Chilika lake
Ashutosh Mishra
The Pioneer , Thursday, November 11, 2004

As thousands of migratory birds congregate in Chilika, turning Asia's largest brackish water lake into a plumed wonder, the threat of poaching looms large over the exotic avians. Stray incidents of bi ...More


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