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CONSERVATIONISTS FEAR BREEDING OF EXOTIC SPECIES FOR SALE
MoushumiBasu
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


Tigers vulnerable to poaching: 30% of illegal trade export from India
Kumar SambhavShrivastava
The Hindustan Times , Monday, October 03, 2016

India seized the highest numbers of tigers and tiger products between 2000 and 2015, indicating that the country’s national animal is the most vulnerable to poaching for international trade. With 540 ...More


United Nations calls on countries to close down legal ivory trade
Tanisha Heiberg
Investing. Com , Monday, October 03, 2016

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - The United Nations on Sunday called for the shutdown of all legal domestic ivory markets as it looks to combat poaching and put pressure on countries that continue to trade in ...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


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


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
Tanisha Heiberg
Reuters , Monday, October 03, 2016

The United Nations has banned global trade in wild African Grey Parrots, prized for their ability to imitate human speech, to help counter a decline in numbers caused by trafficking and forest loss. ...More


WWF report states India being unsafe country for tigers
Seema Sharma
The Times of India , Sunday, October 02, 2016

DEHRADUN: According to the report released on September 29, body parts of as many as 1,755 rare animals were seized in the country in the past 16 years, of which around 540 were tigers'. Published ahe ...More


Global wildlife trafficking body bans international trade of pangolins
Scroll. In , Friday, September 30, 2016

The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (Cites) on Wednesday banned all global trade of pangolins, The Guardian reported. The ban, unanimously agreed upon b ...More


Pangolins granted a lifeline
VIRAT A SINGH
DNA India , Friday, September 30, 2016

Even as wildlife conservationists share a moment of hope and joy as the move to transfer all the eight pangolin species including two found in India from Appendix II to Appendix I – thus prohibiting a ...More


More than 393 elephants have died in the past 5 years in Odisha for unknown reasons
India Live Today , Friday, September 30, 2016

New Delhi,Sept29: As per a recent report, as many as 393 elephants have died in the past five years in Odisha, confirmed forests and environment minister Bikram KeshariArukh. The minister however did ...More


India records greatest number of tiger seizures: report
PTI
Deccan Herald , Friday, September 30, 2016

Tiger trafficking across Asia goes on unabated with India reporting the largest number of seizures. However, there has been a "significant decrease" in the number of seizures reported in India since 2 ...More


Four, including former APWs, poach sloth bear, deer
M.K. Ananth
The Hindu , Thursday, September 29, 2016

Special teams from the forest department are on the lookout for four persons, including two former anti-poaching watchers (APWs), for allegedly poaching a sloth bear cub and a deer. The department se ...More


Appalling! Odisha witnesses death of 393 elephants in 5 years
Zee News , Thursday, September 29, 2016

New Delhi: As per a recent report, as many as 393 elephants have died in the past five years in Odisha, confirmed forests and environment minister Bikram KeshariArukh. The minister however did not co ...More


Chilikalake set to welcome winged guests
HrusikeshMohanty
The Times of India , Thursday, September 29, 2016

Berhampur: The winter is coming and the winged guests are yet arrive on the swamps of Chilkalake. But it is show time for the wildlife wing of India's biggest brackish lake as they prepare to provide ...More


Worst African elephant loss in 25 years: study
PTI
Deccan Herald , Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Africa's overall elephant population has seen the worst declines in the last 25 years, with their numbers falling by about 111,000, mainly due to poaching over the past ten years, according to a new r ...More


393 elephants died in Odisha in 5 years
IANS
Odisha TV , Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Bhubaneswar: As many as 393 elephants have died in the past five years in Odisha, Forests and Environment Minister Bikram KeshariArukh said on Tuesday. The minister did not elaborate how the pachyderm ...More


Nature tourism to protect tigers
Millennium Post , Tuesday, September 27, 2016

TOFTigers, a leading NGO in the wildlife and nature tourism sector issued a call for the nature tourism industry to extend its vital role in protecting India’s natural heritage and re-wilding denuded ...More


African elephants 'suffer worst decline in 25 years'
AFP
The Times of India , Tuesday, September 27, 2016

JOHANNESBURG: The number of African elephants has dropped by around 111,000 in the past decade, a new report released on Monday at the Johannesburg conference on the wildlife trade said, blaming the p ...More


African elephants suffer worst decline in 25 years: Report
Millennium Post , Tuesday, September 27, 2016

The number of African elephants has dropped by around 111,000 in the past decade, a new report released on Monday at the Johannesburg conference on the wildlife trade said, blaming the plummeting figu ...More


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