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Held for bid to sell leopard pelt
The Hindu , Tuesday, September 08, 2015

Four persons, including two from Tamil Nadu, were arrested by Forest officials at Shanghumugham on Monday for attempting to sell leopard pelt. The pelt and two vehicles used by the accused were confis ...More


Pacific summit to issue climate message to world
AFP
The Economic Times , Sunday, September 06, 2015

PORT MORESBY: Vulnerable Pacific island nations will this week send the world an urgent plea for action onclimate change at crunch talks in Paris later this year. Some Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) cou ...More


Now, an app to monitor wildlife in Mudumalai
V.S. PALANIAPPAN
The Hindu , Sunday, September 06, 2015

Mudumalai Tiger Reserve (MTR) will soon start using a smartphone app to ensure effective wildlife management and share data in real time. Talking to The Hindu , the field director of MTR, Srinivas R. ...More


De-horned rhino carcass found
Naresh Mitra
The Times of India , Sunday, September 06, 2015

GUWAHATI: A de-horned rhino carcass was found by officials of Kaziranga National Park as floodwaters began receding from the Unesco World Heritage site on Friday. It was found outside the park boundar ...More


Fertilizers bring down numbers of blackbuck fawns
S. BHUVANESHWARI
The Hindu , Saturday, September 05, 2015

Survey at the Jayamangali Blackbuck Conservation Reserve has thrown up some interesting facts chemicals and fertilizers used in the production of seeds as well as a burgeoning stray dog population ne ...More


Wanted: Permanent flood solution
The Telegraph , Saturday, September 05, 2015

Sept. 4: A carcass of a rhino, with its horn missing, was recovered from Baghmari chaporinear Bagori range of Kaziranga National Park this morning while the flood scenario continued to remain critical ...More


Maharashtra: Tiger cub missing from Wardha sanctuary
Pradip Kumar Maitra
The Hindustan Times , Friday, September 04, 2015

A tiger cub, said to be around a year old, has been missing from the Bor sanctuary in Wardha for a month. The wildlife wing has now launched a search operation. Sources said the cub was one of thre ...More


Forest department exhumes body of injured flamingo
Imran Fazal
DNA India , Friday, September 04, 2015

On Thursday afternoon, forest officials exhumed the buried carcass of an injured flamingo for post-mortem. The department suspects that the bird that had injured wings may have died when pictures were ...More


'Organised Inter-state Gangs Behind Killings of Elephants'
PTI
The New Indian Express , Tuesday, September 01, 2015

KOCHI: Expressing concern over the recent spate of poaching of elephants in southern India, a global wildlife monitoring network has said organised inter-state poaching gangs were behind the killings ...More


South Africa’s Kruger Park still a magnet for rhino poachers
Reuters
The Times of India , Monday, August 31, 2015

PRETORIA: The poaching of rhinos has risen in South Africa's Kruger National Park this year but is on the decline elsewhere in the country, environment minister Edna Molewa said on Sunday. The Kru ...More


Fed poison by poachers, vulture numbers fall
The Times of India , Friday, August 28, 2015

KENYA: Death feeds life on the Mara. Each summer, 5,00,000 wild beasts die along the treacherous migration from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. And ...More


Wild boar poaching: 3 held
The Hindu , Tuesday, August 25, 2015

A special team of forest officials have arrested three persons on the charge of poaching wild boar from the Kongamaruthinmoodu settlement in Kallar, Vithura. Those arrested have been identified as Man ...More


New wildlife species found in Trichy forest division
Harish Murali
The Times of India , Tuesday, August 25, 2015

TRICHY: The forest department has found seven additional species in the Trichy forest division during its annual wildlife census, taking the total number of wildlife species in the division to 12. ...More


How snake charmers led dentist to wildlife conservation
Seema Sharma
The Times of India , Monday, August 24, 2015

Dehradun: Abhishek Singh, dentist-turned-wildlife activist, was the one who first brought to the notice of forest officials the king cobra nest in the Mussoorie forest division. Singh now has a networ ...More


FOUR WAYS TECH WILL SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT
Shay Meinecke
Mumbai Mirror , Friday, August 21, 2015

Scientists say humans have triggered the "sixth great extinction." The Holocene extinction, as it's called, is happening faster than previous mass extinctions, but technology can help. A recently p ...More


NCRB says over 50% of environment-related offences reported in Raj
TNN
The Times of India , Friday, August 21, 2015

JAIPUR: Rajasthan has less than 5% of the country's forest cover but when it comes to environment-related offences, particularly the number of crimes under the Forest Act and the Wildlife Protection A ...More


Mumbai: 100 Indian star tortoises rescued in covert op
Badri Chatterjee
The Hindustan Times , Thursday, August 20, 2015

In a joint covert operation by the Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB) and the anti-poaching unit of the forest department, Thane, 100 Indian star tortoises, protected under schedule IV of the Wildli ...More


ANGLING FOR A RARE SIGHT OF THE MAHSEER
Preeti Zachariah
Live Mint , Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Gordon Mulley, a seasoned angler, can tell you exactly when he caught his very first mahseer. “It was the year 1966 and I was all of 16 when I found my big fellow in the rapids of the Cauvery, a littl ...More


Building a refuge
Samad Kottur
Deccan Herald , Tuesday, August 18, 2015

River Tungabhadra in Karnataka is home to all sorts of wildlife – otters, turtles, fishes and crocodiles. In particular, sand banks and islands on the riverbed are the main breeding grounds for such s ...More


Democratic conservation of biodiversity is must
Radheshyam Jadhav
The Times of India , Tuesday, August 18, 2015

PUNE: India ranks among the top ten species rich nations in the world and is known for its rich biological diversity and high endemism. Botanical Survey of India (BSI) and Zoological Survey of India ( ...More


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