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23 star tortoises handed over to Thane NGO for better care; 84 turtles had died in Byculla zoo
The Times of India , Thursday, August 10, 2017

THANE : With an aim to save the remaining 23 Star Tortoises, the Thane Forest Department decided to handover them to a wildlife NGO RAWW on Tuesday night for better care. In November 2015, the Than ...More


12 tiger whiskers seized; 3 more held
Vijay Pinjarkar
The Times of India , Thursday, August 10, 2017

Nagpur: In yet another development in the Pench poaching racket, 12 tiger whiskers were seized from a fishermen on late Tuesday night while three more persons from Kolitmara in West Pench were arreste ...More


Rhino horn trade will threaten its existence: US wildlife advocate
IANS
Business Standard , Thursday, August 10, 2017

Allowing trade in rhino horns in South Africa will undercut enforcement efforts in rest of Africa, China, Vietnam and other Asian countries. It is a major setback in tackling trafficking in wildlife, ...More


2 tons of seized ivory crushed to protest illegal trade
New Delhi Times , Wednesday, August 09, 2017

Trinkets, statues and jewelry crafted from the tusks of at least 100 slaughtered elephants were fed Thursday into a rock crusher in Central Park to demonstrate the state’s commitment to smashing the i ...More


Govt figures under-reported on tiger deaths
Orissa Post , Tuesday, August 08, 2017

New Delhi, August 7: There seems to be a significant difference in the figures given by the government and those recorded by some organisations on the number of tiger deaths due to poaching or natural ...More


Here come the tigers
Pritha Lahiri
Deccan Herald , Tuesday, August 08, 2017

While less human lives are lost from tiger attacks now, the big cat population is also not declining in the India’s Sundarbans National Park (SNP), the world’s biggest mangrove forest and genepool, sa ...More


India needs to be more transparent in snow leopard conservation
Indileak , Tuesday, August 08, 2017

Cartagena (Colombia): India supports a robust population of the endangered snow leopard but its conservation-research data is not shared and doesn’t contribute to the global efforts to conserve the sp ...More


Police outdo forest department in cracking wildlife cases
Nihi Sharma
The Hindustan Times , Tuesday, August 08, 2017

DEHRADUN: The Uttarakhand police’s special task force (STF) is making more crackdowns on poaching activities than the forest department even as both agencies are jointly working to check illegal wildl ...More


Sangai Population in Manipur Rise to 260
Northeast Today , Tuesday, August 01, 2017

Manipur Minister for Forest and Environment Th. Shyamkumar said that total number of Sangai in Keibul Lamjao as per the survey conducted in the year 2016 is 260 which have increased from 27 in the yea ...More


Discovery’s project C.A.T. partners with World Wildlife Fund to help double tiger population by 2022
Best Media Info , Monday, July 31, 2017

Discovery Communications announced new content and partnerships with celebrity and consumer brand partners that will join Discovery to ignite awareness and help promote the global movement to save tig ...More


Tiger population facing threats from deadly snare traps
PTI
The Times of India , Monday, July 31, 2017

KOCHI: Tigers in Asian forests face a greater threat from deadly snare traps than guns, wildlife conservation organisations have warned, urging authorities to crack down on the "severe snaring crisis" ...More


Tiger population facing threats from deadly snare traps
The Hindu , Monday, July 31, 2017

The tiger population in Asian forests are not facing grave threat from roaring guns but from deadly snare traps, warn world conservation organisations and urged tiger range governments to crack down o ...More


Tiger population facing threats from deadly snare traps
PTI
India Today , Monday, July 31, 2017

Kochi, Jul 30 (PTI) Tigers in Asian forests face a greater threat from deadly snare traps than guns, world conservation organisations have warned, urging authorities to crack down on the "severe snari ...More


The problem of diminishing wildlife habitats
Naina Lal Kidwai, Rashid K. Kidwai
Live Mint , Wednesday, July 26, 2017

The biggest threat to wildlife conservation is inadequate habitat. Some people realize this, but it’s not in our face like the photo of a dead rhino bleeding, with its horn chopped off, and hence the ...More


Tiger hide seized in Madhya Pradesh, 4 held
P Naveen
The Times of India , Friday, July 21, 2017

BHOPAL: A tiger hide was confiscated in a joint operation by police and forest officials in Chhindawara district of Madhya Pradesh on Saturday. While four people involved in the crime have been arrest ...More


At Oussudu Lake, birds fall prey to poisonous fish
The Hindu , Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Though the lake has been declared a sanctuary by the Puducherry govt, lack of vigil has emboldened poachers to trap the migratory birds and kill them Migratory birds visiting the famed Oussudu Lake, ...More


To save them from poachers, frogs sold for $600 in Ecuador
The Hindustan Times , Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Poachers in Ecuador have long known the hefty prices their country’s rare frogs can fetch. But now environmentally conscious firms are starting to sell the amphibians too - to try to save them from th ...More


Conserving the elusive chinkaras
Pavan Kumar H
Deccan Herald , Tuesday, July 18, 2017

For 71-year-old M R Desai, honorary wildlife warden of Bagalkot district, December 23, 2015 was an unforgettable day. His 40 years of tireless efforts of making 9,636.91 hectares of forest land into a ...More


Three held for poaching peacock in Tamil Nadu
NYOOOZ , Tuesday, July 18, 2017

MADURAI: Three people from the narikurava community landed in trouble after they were spotted poaching a peacock in Elayankudi area of Sivaganga district on Monday.TheElayankudi police on their regula ...More


Poachers go online with kill
The New Indian Express , Monday, July 17, 2017

DHARWAD: Wildlife poaching is going on unabated on the outskirts of Hubballi and Dharwad cities. The killers have now gone online to reach out to their customers and to avoid the police. The animals ...More


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