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NGO Plans to Start Anti-poaching Camp
Tushar A Majukar
The New Indian Express , Monday, April 27, 2015

BELAGAVI:The eco-sensitive areas of Khanapur taluk in Belagavi might soon have an anti-poaching camp. An NGO plans to make this camp eco-friendly with renewable energy and sustainable technology. The ...More


18 reptile species in Western Ghats face threat
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The Economic Times , Monday, April 27, 2015

BENGALURU: Reptile species in the Western and Eastern Ghats and South India in general are under threat of extinction, a report says. The study, Status and distribution of reptiless in the Western ...More


18 reptile species in Western Ghats face threat
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The Economic Times , Monday, April 27, 2015

BENGALURU: Reptile species in the Western and Eastern Ghats and South India in general are under threat of extinction, a report says. The study, Status and distribution of reptiless in the Western ...More


NGO Plans to Start Anti-poaching Camp
Tushar A Majukar
The New Indian Express , Monday, April 27, 2015

BELAGAVI:The eco-sensitive areas of Khanapur taluk in Belagavi might soon have an anti-poaching camp. An NGO plans to make this camp eco-friendly with renewable energy and sustainable technology. The ...More


Oussudu lake, a fully protected wetland now
B. ARAVIND KUMAR
The Hindu , Sunday, April 26, 2015

Seven years after the Puducherry government declared the Oussudu lake as a birds’ sanctuary, the Tamil Nadu Forest Department has finally woken up and declared 331 hectares of the wetland in its terri ...More


Second seizure: Customs finds 161 turtles at mumbai airport
Badri Chatterjee
The Hindustan Times , Sunday, April 26, 2015

Days after two suitcases crammed with 183 turtles were seized by the customs department at the city airport, another 161 turtles were recovered on Saturday morning while being smuggled to Kuala Lump ...More


NGT adds armour for protection of rhinos
AKANKSHA JAIN
The Hindu , Friday, April 24, 2015

The National Green Tribunal has issued notices to 71 hotels, dhabas and resorts for encroaching into the national park after CAG’s damning report After shocking revelations of the Comptroller and A ...More


Speeding vehicle kills tiger cub near Chandrapur in Maharashtra
Mazhar Ali
The Times of India , Friday, April 24, 2015

CHANDRAPUR: A 15-month-old female tiger cub was run over by a speeding vehicle on the outskirts of Chandrapur close to the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger reserve, it was learnt on Thursday. The cub managed to c ...More


Oussudu lake, a fully protected wetland now
B. ARAVIND KUMAR
The Hindu , Friday, April 24, 2015

Seven years after the Puducherry government declared the Oussudu lake as a birds’ sanctuary, the Tamil Nadu Forest Department has finally woken up and declared 331 hectares of the wetland in its terri ...More


Advisory to States on Illegal Wildlife Trade
Richa Sharma
The New Indian Express , Saturday, April 18, 2015

NEW DELHI:Following the spurt witnessed in the illegal multi-billion dollar wildlife trade, the Centre has issued an advisory to the states urging them to sensitise officers for prosecuting people inv ...More


30% rise in tiger population: Reality or victory only on paper?
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The Hindustan Times , Saturday, April 18, 2015

At first, the numbers seem impressive: India's tiger population has gone up 30% in just four years. The government lauded the news as astonishing evidence of victory in conservation. But independen ...More


Experts doubt high tiger count
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Deccan Chronicle , Saturday, April 18, 2015

Sundarbans (West Bengal): At first, the numbers seem impressive: India’s tiger population has gone up 30 per cent in just four years. The government lauded the news as astonishing evidence of victory ...More


Bird survey confirms critical status of Wayanad sanctuary
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The Times of India , Saturday, April 18, 2015

KOZHIKODE: The annual bird survey carried out at Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary (WWS) has recorded the presence of 175 species, reaffirming its status as a critical habitat for endemic and endangered bird ...More


Count of unsolved cases mounts in tiger reserve
MOHIT M. RAO
The Hindu , Friday, April 17, 2015

83 p.c. of cases at Nagarahole National Park have not had closure The ‘Tiger State’, it appears, has failed to enforce the law in one of its vaunted tiger reserves. Barely one in four cases of wildl ...More


Assam forest minister enters Kaziranga with firearm
The Hindustan Times , Sunday, April 12, 2015

Assam forest minister Atuwa Munda has kicked up a row for entering the Kaziranga National Park with a firearm. Munda carried a pistol while moving inside the wildlife preserve for four hours on Fr ...More


Minister's Kaziranga Safari Sparks Row
Prasanta Mazumdar
The New Indian Express , Sunday, April 12, 2015

GUWAHATI: Assam Forest Minister Atuwa Munda has stirred up a hornet’s nest by entering the Kaziranga National Park armed with a pistol. And Munda moved around the World Heritage Site for four hours o ...More


Kaziranga loses another rhino to poachers
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The Times of India , Sunday, April 12, 2015

GUWAHATI: The Kaziranga National Park, a World Heritage Site about 250 km from here, lost another rhino to poachers on Friday. Poachers killed a female rhino in the Bherberi area under the park's ...More


Save yourself, save the tiger
Ritika Bhatia
Business Standard , Saturday, April 11, 2015

In an effort to curb the poaching of tigers, the Wildlife Conservation Trust, in association with Panthera, a global body that works for the conservation of the endangered cats, recently conducted a " ...More


Lessons for cops on wildlife crime
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The Economic Times , Saturday, April 11, 2015

CUTTACK: Police officers were imparted lessons on latest techniques and tools to effectively deal with wildlife-related crimes, especially poaching, at a daylong workshop organized by the Crime Branch ...More


Seven more nabbed for buying body parts of poached tigress
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The Times of India , Thursday, April 09, 2015

CHANDRAPUR: Forest officials investigating the tigress poaching case in Mul range have made seven more arrests. The accused arrested on Tuesday night and Wednesday had purchased nails and canines of t ...More


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