The Changpa nomads live in the remote, trans-Himalayan Changthan region of Ladakh, at roughly 16,000-plus feet above sea level where, for centuries, they have been shepherding their world-class Pashmina wool-bearing goats
Indian tigers in distress: Death of three outside Tadoba reserve exposes skewed laws, territorial crunch in safe havens
The skewed compensation mechanism, which entitles a cattle owner for compensation if it’s killed by a wild animal, has a large role to play in most cases of tiger poisoning.
Survival of Sariska’s tigers hangs in balance amid failure to remove squatters from critical habitat zone, genetic inferiority of inbred felines
Condemned to live in the shadow of its big brother, the world famous Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, Sariska’s inability to hold on to its big cats has dismayed wildlife enthusiasts and policy makers for decades
Rajasthan's Sariska may become tiger-less again, fear experts, as male relocated to reserve dies; forest department sends SOS to NTCA
The Rajasthan Forest Department has requested the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) in New Delhi to review the entire translocation done so far and suggest a viable option.
Three recent incidents of tigers killing and eating other tigers in the Kanha Tiger Reserve of Madhya Pradesh have reignited the old but seldom-understood phenomenon of cannibalism among the big cats
Corbett Park elephant attacks tourist vehicle: Change in nature of man-animal conflict augurs badly for future
This weekend, a fully-grown elephant repeatedly attacked a safari vehicle packed with tourists in the famous Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve in Uttarakhand
'Impossible to vaccinate all 500 lions in Gir,' says senior Gujarat official; forest department unsure what killed 23 big cats
Gujarat Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (Wildlife), Akshay Kumar Saxena, debunks reports that all 500 lions in Gir National Park will be vaccinated, says "It is not humanly possible to round up 500-plus wild lions and vaccinate them."
Ajay Suri shares a few candid images of Tom Alter, taken as they worked on films in India’s wilderness
"You see the kids have to be taught the importance of nature and wildlife," Tom Alter said, sipping a cup of piping hot tea in Nainital, Ajay Suri recalls.