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Uttarakhand fire aftermath: Migration of beasts increases human-animal conflict

May 11, 2016

Uttarakhand fire aftermath: Migration of beasts increases human-animal conflict

Troubled by forest fires, wild animals are migrating from upper reaches of Uttarakhand to lower forests close to human habitats, causing alarm. #ConnectTheDots #Uttarakhand #Conservation #Wildlife #Human-animal conflict #forest fire #Wildlife conservation #Uttarakhand forest fire #Flora and fauna
Water scarcity hitting Rajasthan's wildlife sanctuaries

May 10, 2016

Water scarcity hitting Rajasthan's wildlife sanctuaries

Water scarcity in wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan is killing animals and forcing them into human habitations #NewsTracker #Tigers #Wildlife #Drought #Water Crisis #Lions #Water scarcity #Fauna #tube wells #tankers #wildlife sanctuaries
Man vs wild: In Himachal, a community sets up a reserve to boost wildlife

May 07, 2016

Man vs wild: In Himachal, a community sets up a reserve to boost wildlife

The organisation has thus far kept its finger on the pulse of this dynamic system, anticipating changes and swinging them in the best interests of people and wildlife. #Environment #ConnectTheDots #Himachal Pradesh #Animals #Wildlife #Nature #Wildlife conservation #Snow leopards #Flora and fauna
Gujarat HC issues notices on plea challenging policy on Gir sanctuary

Apr 26, 2016

Gujarat HC issues notices on plea challenging policy on Gir sanctuary

Gujarat HC issued notices to the state and central governments on a plea challenging the "legality" of Gujarat's eco-sensitive zone policy on the Gir forest. #Gujarat #NewsTracker #Gujarat High Court #Wildlife #Gir sanctuary #lion sanctuary
Reintroduction of tigers in Cambodia from India impractical: Experts

Apr 22, 2016

Reintroduction of tigers in Cambodia from India impractical: Experts

While the proposed reintroduction of Indian tigers in Cambodia seems "fine" from a genetic perspective, it may not be practical #NewsTracker #Tigers #Cambodia #Wildlife #Wildlife Conservation Society #National Centre for Biological Sciences #Tiger population
The Maneka Gandhi column: It's time we took note of the scourge of rare animals' trade on the Internet

Apr 18, 2016

The Maneka Gandhi column: It's time we took note of the scourge of rare animals' trade on the Internet

India is one of the major victims of the parcel trade. Our Home Ministry has no one patrolling the internet for wild animals. #CriticalPoint #FedEx #Endangered species #Wildlife #UPS #Shark fins #wild animals #protected fauna
Jungle Book: Prince William and Kate Middleton at Kaziranga National Park

Apr 14, 2016

Jungle Book: Prince William and Kate Middleton at Kaziranga National Park

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and his wife Catherine (Kate) Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, visited the Kaziranga National Park in Assam on Wednesday #Prince William #Kate Middleton #Assam #Kaziranga National Park #Safari #ImagesOfTheDay #Wildlife #Royal visit #Catherine Middleton #royal couple in India #Panbari
The Maneka Gandhi column: India should be wary of the Chinese threat to its wildlife

Apr 11, 2016

The Maneka Gandhi column: India should be wary of the Chinese threat to its wildlife

We may try to protect our wildlife, but it is vanishing rapidly. One of the main causes is the greed of our neighbour China. #HowThisWorks #China #Japan #Tigers #Animal rights #Maneka Gandhi #Endangered species #Poaching #Wildlife #Xi Jinping #CITES
The Maneka Gandhi column: Busting the 'menace' myth about animals calls for a scientific approach

Apr 04, 2016

The Maneka Gandhi column: Busting the 'menace' myth about animals calls for a scientific approach

If Himachal and Kerala would only listen, we could create a more real set of “menaces” that could occupy press conferences #Kerala #InMyOpinion #Himachal Pradesh #stray dogs #Wildlife #Monkeys #man animal conflict #deforestation
Poachers aren't the only threat: Protected area size puts tigers in danger, encroachment ups risk

Mar 23, 2016

Poachers aren't the only threat: Protected area size puts tigers in danger, encroachment ups risk

According to a study published in Biological Conservation, tigers disappear from these forests at a faster rate than any other habitat. In recent years, two such forests, Sariska in 2004 and Panna in 2009, lost their host of tigers. #ConnectTheDots #Tigers #Extinction #Wildlife #Wildlife conservation #Panna #Sariska #Biological conservation #Ken-Betwa project