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Stripes in the snow: At 3,630 meters, India’s only snow tigers are burning bright 

A three-year survey in Arunachal Pradesh’s Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary reveals photographic evidence of tigers in the snow-clad peaks of the Indian part of the Eastern Himalayas — a first after Russia’s Amur tigers.

Madhya Pradesh tiger found dead in Odisha reserve, relocation project on hold

In June, the 195-kg tiger was shifted to revive Satkosia’s dwindling big cat population, which had reportedly come down to two — both of them ageing tigresses.


Animal Ark Rescue Centre, Gadchiroli: An animal centre that bothers the same authorities that reward it

Handling animals has also put him at risk. In 2006, Amte was bitten by a Russell’s viper and underwent treatment for over a month at a Nagpur hospital.

Gujarat to conduct census to ascertain presence of tigers

The state forest department earlier sent a proposal to the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) for the census after some media reports suggested the presence of tigers in Dang, which is full of green forests.

NTCA awaiting Defence nod for drone monitoring of tiger reserves

Hoping that they will get the approval in the next couple of months, project in-charge Ramesh said flying missions can start operations in the next six months.

NGT says will issue arrest warrant as NTCA official fails to file reply

Even as NGT has stayed felling of trees, forest department says will follow High Court directive asking it to allow NHAI to fell trees and start work.


Govt seeks SC nod for cheetah project

Seeks recall of 2013 order against its re-introduction plan.

Forest dept mulls shifting TATR tigers

THE forest department is considering to translocate the “overflowing” tiger population in Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) to other parts of the state.

Roaring triumph

The tiger’s return to Panna reflects a welcome break from conservation as usual.

Mating calls lure tiger to Orissa zoo,NTCA wants it released

The Orissa forest department is holding on to a wild tiger that strayed inside Nandankanan Zoo over a week ago,saying they don’t know its original habitat and therefore cannot release it.