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Centre okays creation of rhino protection force
The Assam Tribune , Tuesday, August 02, 2016

NEW DELHI, Aug 1 - Following unending spate of rhino poaching, the Centre has accorded sanction for creation of the Special Rhino Protection Force at Kaziranga National Park. At least 94 rhinos were ...More


State proposes to link Radhanagari sanctuary &Sahyadri tiger reserve
DHAVAL KULKARNI
DNA India , Tuesday, August 02, 2016

To develop a fresh habitat for tigers in Maharashtra, the state government has proposed that the Radhanagari wildlife sanctuary be linked to the Sahyadri tiger reserve. While enhancing the protection ...More


Another rhino found dead in flooded Kaziranga
The Times of India , Tuesday, August 02, 2016

JORHAT: The carcass of a female adult rhino was on Monday found with with its horn intact in the flooded Kaziranga National Park in Assam, officials said. The carcass was recovered from near Amkato ...More


This play takes you into NoRhino world
Garima Rakesh Mishra
The Indian Express , Monday, August 01, 2016

TWO MONTHS ago, city-based theatre artiste ShrikantBhide stumbled upon a Facebook page that was dedicated to rhinoceros — an animal listed as vulnerable on the International Union for Conservation (IU ...More


‘Time Is Now’ to Save Africa’s Animals From Poachers, Activist Says
AP
New Delhi Times , Monday, August 01, 2016

The president of the African Wildlife Foundation has called on African governments to urgently address the issue of poaching, which he said is depriving the continent of its resources. But Zimbabwe sa ...More


Need to save tigers stressed at Car-Free Sundays
The Hindu , Monday, August 01, 2016

Students of Rathinam College of Arts and Science and Environment Conservation Group (ECG), a Non-Government Organisation working on wildlife and nature conservation, organised a street play to stress ...More


Places to be identified between Madukkarai and Walayar for railway underpasses for elephants
M.K. ANANTH
The Hindu , Monday, August 01, 2016

With Railways, Forest Dept. agreeing to proposal, work expected to start soon The Forest Department will identify two places for construction of railway underpasses for elephants between Madukkarai a ...More


TN to build underpasses for elephants to help them cross railway tracks
The Hindustan Times , Monday, August 01, 2016

The Tamil Nadu forest department has decided to build underpasses for elephants between Madukkarai on the outskirts of Coimbatore and Walayar near the Kerala border after two jumbos were killed on t ...More


Rhino succumbs to bullet injuries
Naresh Mitra
The Times of India , Sunday, July 31, 2016

Guwahati: A rhino, which escaped the floods at Kaziranga National Park and took shelter on a high land outside the protected area, succumbed to bullet injuries on Saturday. The rhino was accidentally ...More


13-foot-long python brings NH-2 to a halt
BINDU SHAJAN PERAPPADAN
The Hindu , Sunday, July 31, 2016

A 13-foot-long python weighing about 24.5 kg was rescued from National Highway-2 (Agra – Mathura Road) this past week. It took a Wildlife SOS team two hours to remove the snake, which was found to be ...More


Four arrested for killing wild elephant in Wayanad
K R Rajeev
The Times of India , Sunday, July 31, 2016

KOZHIKODE: Forest officials on Saturday arrested a four-member poaching gang for allegedly shooting down a female wild elephant in a private land on the forest fringes near Chethalayam under the South ...More


Rescuers scramble to save animals in flooded wildlife parks of Bihar, Assam
The Hindustan Times , Sunday, July 31, 2016

The torrential rains over the past weeks may have inconvenienced many humans, but they’ve actually endangered animals — even the national animal. Across the flooded Valmiki Tiger Reserve in Bihar and ...More


Wildlife SOS rescues 13-foot python
Deccan Herald , Sunday, July 31, 2016

A 13-foot giant python, weighing over 24 kg, was recued from the National Highway. The rescue operation which was carried out by NGO Wildlife SOS lasted around two hours on Thursday night. Th ...More


Four held on charge of killing elephant
The Hindu , Sunday, July 31, 2016

Forest and Wildlife Department officials arrested four men on Saturday in connection with the killing of a cow elephant at Veliyambam in the district on Monday night. The arrested were identified as ...More


Giant python brings NH to a halt, rescued by Wildlife SOS
Aditya Dev
The Times of India , Sunday, July 31, 2016

AGRA: In a two-hour long daring rescue operation by the Wildlife SOS rapid response unit, a 13-foot-long python weighing approximately 24.5 kilograms was rescued from National Highway 2 (Agra - Mathur ...More


Tiger Conservation: the Woods Are Dark and Deep, We Have Promises to Keep
NEHA SINHA
The Wire , Saturday, July 30, 2016

Thus wrote the British poet William Blake on the Royal Bengal tiger. The powerful verse was mythical in its own way; Blake had famously never seen a tiger, but like many others, was grasped with the e ...More


On International Tiger Day, Hope Floats for the Beautiful Beast
Jaspreet Sahni
News 18 , Saturday, July 30, 2016

New Delhi: Jai is the most famous tiger living in India's wild but over the past few months, tourists coming to Umred-Karhandla Wildlife Sanctuary have returned home disappointed. Jai was nowhere to b ...More


International Tigers Day: Why are tigers so important?
News X , Saturday, July 30, 2016

New Delhi: On this International Tigers Day, we try to raise awareness about how this giant feline is an indispensable asset for environmental and wildlife sustainability. The International Tigers Day ...More


Tiger population increases in Sathyamangalam Tiger Reserve
PTI
The Indian Express , Saturday, July 30, 2016

The population of tigers at the Sathyamangalam Tiger Reserve in the district has risen to 60, according to provisional figures of a recent census. “According to a census conducted recently in seven f ...More


Lesser-known species like Otter, Pangolin form a large part of wildlife trade
UrmiGoswami
The Economic Times , Saturday, July 30, 2016

Talk about illegal wildlife trade typically conjures up images of tiger skins, elephant tusks, and rhino horns. That is only the super-profitable end of the illicit business. The bread and butter of i ...More


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