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Huge stock of antlers, pangolin scales seized in Belagavi
VIJAYKUMAR PATIL
The Hindu , Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Sleuths of the City Crime Investigation Bureau and Forest Department raided a house and seized a huge stock of antlers, scales of pangolin, and a pair of elephant tusks in Shettigalli under the Market ...More


Wildlife activists concerned over rising pangolin trade
Tushar A Majukar
The New Indian Express , Wednesday, October 12, 2016

BELAGAVI: The illegal trade of pangolin meat and scales, which is a critically endangered species, is operated by organised gangs by taking local residents of jungles into confidence. The recent seizu ...More


Forest officials book poachers under non-existent law
Amit S Upadhye
The New Indian Express , Wednesday, October 12, 2016

DANDELI: Taking advantage of a huge bungling in the investigation by the forest department officials of Haliyal, those who had been accused of poaching of an animal, protected under Schedule-I of the ...More


Diwali and Dussehra superstitions spur demand for bird claws, tiger nails
Shashank Shekhar
Indian Today , Monday, October 10, 2016

Wildlife activists have raised alarm over rampant poaching of protected species' birds this festive season, as most of them are being brought to national capital before being transported to other part ...More


Call detail records enable forest officials in their hunt for poachers
ManuAiyappaKanathanda
The Times of India , Monday, October 10, 2016

BENGALURU: Following the call detail records (CDRs) of a poacher the forest department had arrested some time ago, a team of forest officials managed to trap three poachers in their net at the Bandipu ...More


The flip side of wildlife tourism
A. SHRIKUMAR
The Hindu , Monday, October 10, 2016

As yet another Wildlife Week goes by, A. SHRIKUMAR wonders if eco-tourism and wildlife photography are losing sanctity in the wake of unethical methods becoming a shortcut for ‘wild’ experiences and ‘ ...More


Wildlife week: Threats to elephants highlighted
The Hindu , Monday, October 10, 2016

The ‘Elephant Day’ celebrations, as part of the 62nd wildlife week which concluded on Saturday, brought home the threats plaguing wild elephants due to anthropogenic pressures. Conducted by the Cauve ...More


4 held trying to smuggle pangolin hide
Anvit Srivastava
The Times of India , Sunday, October 09, 2016

New Delhi: In a joint raid carried out by the Wildlife Crime Control Bureau and Central Bureau of Investigation at New Delhi railway station, four men were arrested late on Friday night and 86 kg of p ...More


Wild boar hacked to death
PTI
The Hindu , Thursday, October 06, 2016

In the latest fallout of man-animal conflict, people allegedly hacked a rogue wild boar to death after it let loose a reign of terror by attacking the locals at Kajalapatia and Batighar villages in Ke ...More


India plans to add ten more tiger reserves: Official
PTI
The New Indian Express , Thursday, October 06, 2016

JOHANNESBURG: With 30 per cent increase in its tiger population as a result of its conservation efforts, India plans to add ten more tiger reserves to the existing 49, a senior Indian official has sai ...More


3 held for poaching wild boar
The Hindu , Thursday, October 06, 2016

Three persons were arrested on the charge of hunting a wild boar at Ulliyathadka in Madhur panchayat near here on Wednesday. Those arrested were identified as Vinukumar, 32, Sasikumar, 29, and K. Ash ...More


Nagaland Guv appeals to create awareness on World Animal Day
Web India 123 , Wednesday, October 05, 2016

Nagaland Governor P B Acharya today said the World Animal Day, which is celebrated on October 4, is an international day of action for animal rights and welfare and it is a day for advocacy, education ...More


World Animal Day: 10 endangered Indian animals we need to save
India Samvad , Tuesday, October 04, 2016

New Delhi, October 4: Since 1929, October 4 is celebrated as World Animal Day every year with a purpose to benefit animals and the people who strive to improve their welfare. The day coincides with th ...More


Week dedicated to sensitize residents about Yeoor wildlife
FrenyFernandes
The Times of India , Tuesday, October 04, 2016

THANE: The forest authorities have dedicated this week for the wildlife and decided to sensitize citizens about the environment in and around Yeoor. Officials asserted that most of the harm done to ...More


U.N. gathering rejects southern African bids to trade ivory, rhino horn
Reuters , Tuesday, October 04, 2016

Namibia and Zimbabwe failed on Monday to convince a U.N. body that they should be allowed to export elephant ivory, while Swaziland lost a bid to sell rhino horn - moves they all argued would protect ...More


World's Nations Agree To Put An End To Ivory Trade That Kills One Elephant Every 15 Minutes
Shewali Tiwari
India Times , Tuesday, October 04, 2016

This world is as much for humans as it belongs to the wildlife. Yet, humans go about killing and exploiting any and every species that they can. For years, the ivory trade has ruled over several mark ...More


Chilkalake gears up to provide protection to winged visitors
Press Trust of India
Business Standard , Monday, October 03, 2016

With winter approaching and migratory birds set to arrive on the swamps of Chilka lake in Odisha, the wildlife wing of India's largest brackish lake is gearing up to provide protection to the winged g ...More


SIZE MATTERS: TIGERS SURVIVE BETTER IN LARGER AREAS, RESEARCH SAYS
MihikaBasu
Bangalore Mirror , Monday, October 03, 2016

The probability of survival of the big cats in protected areas even as big as 540 square km is barely 40%, and almost 85% of their protected areas in tropical dry forests are smaller While disappeari ...More


Global trade in wild African Grey Parrot banned, U.N. meeting rules’
The Pioneer , Monday, October 03, 2016

The Second North India’s Avian Meet (NIAM) that brought together exotic bird breeders and pet traders from across the country, has raised concern among conservationists and various Animal Welfare Orga ...More


Global trade in African grey parrots banned
AFP
Deccan Herald , Monday, October 03, 2016

Delegates at a global wildlife conference today voted to ban international trade in African grey parrots, one of the world's most trafficked birds. Prized for their ability to mimic human speech, t ...More


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