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Endangered Red Panda Rescued Along Tezpur-Tawang Highway
Northeast Today , Wednesday, May 31, 2017

A Red Panda, which comes under the category of endangered animals, accidentally found itself in the inhabited area on the Tezpur-Tawang Highway, and was rescued by the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) on Tue ...More


Mumbai: Leopard drops dead at SGNP, but no one knows why
Ranjeet Jadhav
Mid – Day , Tuesday, May 30, 2017

It has been close to three weeks since a leopard died in the Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP) and a week since the carcass was found, but authorities still haven't been able to ascertain the cause o ...More


Endangered Red Panda rescued by SSB along Tezpur-Tawang Highway
ANI
Business Standard , Tuesday, May 30, 2017

A Red Panda, which comes under the category of endangered animals, accidentally found itself in the inhabited area on the Tezpur-Tawang Highway, and was rescued by the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) on Tue ...More


Poaching racket busted, 3 held
Mazhar Ali
The Times of India , Friday, May 26, 2017

Chandrapur: Vigilance wing of forest department with the help of foresters of Sindewahi range and NGO Eco-Pro have busted a nexus of farmers involved in poaching of wild animals by electrifying their ...More


Elephant population declining in Jharkhand
IANS
Business Standard , Friday, May 26, 2017

The elephant population has gradually declined in Jharkhand in the last 15 years with many succumbing to electrocution, railway accidents and poaching, officials said. There were 772 elephants in Jha ...More


Poaching leads to decline in Jharkhand’s elephant population
Indileak , Friday, May 26, 2017

Ranchi: The elephant population has gradually declined in Jharkhand in the last 15 years with many succumbing to electrocution, railway accidents and poaching. An official of the state forest departm ...More


Biodiversity Conservation Area comes under threat from hunters
Morung Express , Wednesday, May 24, 2017

A community biodiversity conservation area set up as an asylum for wildlife and aquatic species, under the guardianship of three environmentally conscious villages in Longleng district, is striving to ...More


SPOT THE REAL BEAST
Deepthi Sanjiv
Bangalore Mirror , Thursday, May 18, 2017

While elephant and tiger poaching cases are already plaguing the natural habitats, Chikkamagaluru district witnessed killing of an gaur. Koppa division forest officials arrested two people and are on ...More


Assam: 4 Arunachal govt employees arrested with leopard skin, bones
One India , Thursday, May 18, 2017

Guwahati, May 17: The Assam police on Tuesday evening arrested four government employees of Arunachal Pradesh in Dafalagarh tea garden, state forest department officials said on Wednesday. The polic ...More


Six spotted deer die of 'poisoning' in Raipur
NYOOZ , Thursday, May 18, 2017

RAIPUR: Six spotted deer suspected to have been poisoned, died after drinking water from a pond, in a forest region of Dhamtari district , forest officials said on Tuesday. Three people have been arre ...More


Six spotted deer die of 'poisoning' in Raipur
TNN
The Times of India , Thursday, May 18, 2017

RAIPUR: Six spotted deer suspected to have been poisoned, died after drinking water from a pond, in a forest region of Dhamtari district, forest officials said on Tuesday. Three people have been arres ...More


4 Government Employees from Arunachal Pradesh Arrested With Leopard Skin and Bones in Assam
Animal Care
Electric North East , Thursday, May 18, 2017

Despite best attempts from the government, wildlife crime in Northeast is going on unabated. One of the main reasons behind that is sometimes, government officials are themselves involved in it. This ...More


It's time to take count of elephants in district forests
NYOOOZ , Thursday, May 18, 2017

COIMBATORE: The elephant census, done once in five years, began in the district on Wednesday morning. Carried out by at least 84 environmentalists and volunteers, the data would be compiled and submit ...More


4 Arunachal govt employees arrested with leopard skin, bones
Utpal Parashar
The Hindustan Times , Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Four employees of the Arunachal Pradesh government have been arrested in Assam and recovered a leopard skin and bones from their possession, forest department officials said on Wednesday. Forest offi ...More


Malaysia: 330 smuggled endangered tortoises seized
Reuters
DNA India , Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Malaysia has seized 330 endangered ploughshare and Indian Star tortoises that were smuggled into the country, customs officials at Kuala Lumpur airport said on Monday. The tortoises had been flown in ...More


Malaysia seizes 330 smuggled endangered tortoises
Reuters
The Indian Express , Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Malaysia has seized 330 endangered ploughshare and Indian Star tortoises that were smuggled into the country, customs officials at Kuala Lumpur airport said on Monday. The tortoises had been flown int ...More


No relief to man booked for poaching barking deer
SHAHAB ANSARI
THE ASIAN AGE , Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Mumbai: The Nagpur bench of the Bombay high court has refused to grant anticipatory bail to a Vasant Rathod booked for poaching barking deer. The prosecution’s case is that earlier this year, while p ...More


Malaysia Seizes 330 Smuggled Exotic Tortoises Worth $300,000
AFP
The Hans India , Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Malaysian customs foiled an attempt to smuggle hundreds of the world's most endangered tortoises into the country from Madagascar, a senior official said Monday. The 330 ploughshare and radiated to ...More


Malaysia seizes 330 smuggled exotic tortoises worth $300,000
The Hindustan Times , Monday, May 15, 2017

Malaysian customs foiled an attempt to smuggle hundreds of the world’s most endangered tortoises into the country from Madagascar, a senior official said Monday. The 330 ploughshare and radiated tort ...More


Endangered bustards fitted with radio-tags to track flight to Pakistan
Sachin Saini
The Hindustan Times , Monday, May 15, 2017

India has fitted a small backpack with radio-tags on two Great Indian Bustards (GIBs) with an aim to track their flight to Pakistan, where according to wildlife experts they are being hunted down. In ...More


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