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Blackbuck: The epitome of grace
AsadRahmani
Millennium Post , Friday, August 10, 2018

Africa is considered as the centre of radiation of antelopes and gazelles, where nearly 100 species are found but India has perhaps the most graceful antelope, the Blackbuck (Antilopecervicapra). Bl ...More


Snow leopard census begins in Ladakh
The Kashmir Monitor , Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Srinagar, Apr 09: For the first time wildlife experts in barren mountains and green valleys of Ladakh will soon start the counting of the elusive, endangered snow leopards, wildlife officials said. S ...More


Tiger poaching: One more accused held
Vijay Pinjarkar
The Times of India , Tuesday, April 03, 2018

NAGPUR: One more accused involved in the Pench tiger poaching case was nabbed in a swift operation on Monday after being absconding for some time now. The accused, identified as Vijay Gedam, was arre ...More


Why Tiger And Leopard Population Is Dropping In India Despite Conservation
Ranjeet Jadhav
Mid - Day , Tuesday, April 03, 2018

Despite conservation efforts, troubles continue to claw at the existence of India's big cats. In the last three months, a total of 162 leopards and 36 tigers died in the country, as per data released ...More


Britain to ban ivory items regardless of their age
Ivory, Animal Care
Reuters , Tuesday, April 03, 2018

New legislation will create the toughest ban on ivory in Europe and one of the toughest in the world, it said, with a prohibition on the sale of nearly all antiques containing ivory. International co ...More


Drugs, Fast Trains Killing Vultures, the 'Sanitary Workers' of the Animal Kingdom
The Wire , Tuesday, April 03, 2018

On March 17, 36 vultures died in Sivasagar, Assam after feeding on a poisoned goat carcass intended as bait for feral dogs. The 36 vultures belonged to three different species, namely, the Himalayan g ...More


How poaching was curbed in Kaziranga, and what it would take to step up conservation
Jay Mazoomdaar
The Indian Express , Monday, April 02, 2018

The latest rhinoceros census in Kaziranga reported a gain of just 12 rhinos since 2015. From 2,401 to 2,413, that is a jump by barely half a percent. Predictably, it did not make big headlines. But to ...More


KEMPE GOWDA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TO OPEN NEW CHAPTER IN JUNGLE BOOK
Niranjan Kaggere
Banglore Mirror , Friday, March 09, 2018

The Karnataka Forest Department (KFD) that was caught off-guard with an increasing number of poachers and smugglers choosing the aerial route has swung into action. A dedicated wildlife cell has been ...More


Assam's jumbo problem: Man-animal conflict takes a hug toll
IANS
The Economic Times , Friday, March 09, 2018

With the deaths of over a hundred elephants in a year due to unnatural reasons like being hit by trains and electrocution, followed by the deaths of close to a hundred human beings in conflict with el ...More


Britain to ban ivory items regardless of their age
Reuters
The Morung Express , Sunday, March 04, 2018

LONDON, April 2 (Reuters): Britain will ban the sale of ivory items regardless of their age in an effort to restrict the illegal ivory trade, tackle poaching and help protect elephants, the government ...More


Britain to introduce 'one of world's toughest' ivory bans
IANS
Business Standard , Sunday, March 04, 2018

Britain is set to introduce "one of the world's toughest" bans on ivory sales in a bid to protect elephants for future generations, Environment Secretary Michael Gove announced on Tuesday. The prohib ...More


New breeding ground for roofed turtles in North Bengal
PinakPriya Bhattacharya
The Times of India , Sunday, March 04, 2018

JALPAIGURI: Roofed turtles, which are protected under Schedule I of Wildlife Protection Act 1972, will get a new breeding ground in Jalpaiguri, thanks to all-out efforts by the Society for Protecting ...More


New breeding ground for roofed turtles in North Bengal
PinakPriya Bhattacharya
The Times of India , Sunday, March 04, 2018

JALPAIGURI: Roofed turtles, which are protected under Schedule I of Wildlife Protection Act 1972, will get a new breeding ground in Jalpaiguri, thanks to all-out efforts by the Society for Protecting ...More


Activists want wildlife crime data to be linked with all police departments
SONALI TELANG
THE ASIAN AGE , Saturday, March 03, 2018

Mumbai: Wildlife activists have demanded that the database of wildlife criminals be linked with the police departments concerned. They said that that the move is needed to make convictions of wildlife ...More


Only 13% tiger conservations meet global standards
The Siasat Daily , Saturday, March 03, 2018

New Delhi [India]: About 87 percent of tiger conservations are not up to the global standards, a new survey has found. Only 13 percent of the tiger conservation areas meet the global standards of Con ...More


‘Only 13% of over hundred tiger conservation areas meet global standards’
The Indian Express , Thursday, March 01, 2018

A survey of over a hundred tiger conservation areas by 11 leading conservation organisations and countries with tiger ranges that are part of the Conservation Assured | Tiger Standards (CA|TS) Partner ...More


Only 13 pc of tiger conservation areas meet global standards: Survey
Outlook , Thursday, March 01, 2018

New Delhi, Mar 1 Only 13 per cent of the tiger conservation areas met the global standards of an accreditation system, the Conservation Assured | Tiger Standards (CA|TS), a new survey of current manag ...More


Over a third of protected areas surveyed are at risk of losing tigers: Study
Mayank Aggarwal
Live Mint , Thursday, March 01, 2018

New Delhi: At least a third of the 112 tiger conservation areas across 11 countries are severely at risk of losing their tigers due to poor management, according to a survey by Conservation Assured | ...More


‘Only 13 pc of Asia’s tiger protected areas meet global norms’: Survey
PTI
The Financial Express , Thursday, March 01, 2018

Only 13 per cent of tiger protected areas across Asia meet global standards, a new survey revealed today, highlighting the seriousness of the existential threat that the big cats face. Even more worry ...More


Only 13 pc of tiger conservation areas meet global standards: Survey
PTI
India Today , Thursday, March 01, 2018

(Eds: Recasting overnight story) New Delhi, Mar 1 (PTI) Only 13 per cent of the tiger conservation areas met the global standards of an accreditation system, the Conservation Assured | Tiger Standards ...More


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