Two days after a black-necked stork with a bottleneck stuck on its beak was spotted by a birder in Gurgaon’s Basai wetland, a team of rescuers went looking for the bird again on Saturday morning.
Wildlife biologist and photographer Latika Nath on her first photo book
Wildlife biologist Rauf Ali takes on animals, bureaucrats, politicians, policemen, villagers, students, forest officers — and everyone he encounters during the course of his work and research, with point-blank frankness.
A recent bird survey of Arunachal Pradesh’s Upper Siang district identifies 66 new species, building a strong case for the maintenance of the traditional shifting cultivation practice of the region’s indigenous Adi Tribe.
“The cause of death can only be ascertained after an autopsy. Two wounds have been found on its body, it seems a sharp object has been used to attack the tiger. We will lodge an FIR in Lalgarh police station and file a complaint at Midnapore court,” said a senior forest official.
Data collected will help govt enact measures to protect wildlife in cities.
The number of tiger deaths recorded in Maharashtra this year has gone up to 22
An essay writing and painting competitor was also held by the zoo management.
“I hope that over the next 15 months it will capture the country’s imagination, corporate India and people to come together and help secure 101 corridors for India’s wild elephants,” said WTI’s brand ambassador Dia Mirza
In Pilibhit, tigers have killed 6 people over the last 3 months. Classic elements of man-animal conflict, plus site-specific triggers, have made one of India’s youngest tiger reserves one its worst conflict zones
“The dried lizard hemipenis looks like two hands joined in prayer and is similar to the “hatha jodi”
Nabarangpur in southern Odisha is the subject of a year-long assignment by The Indian Express.
Sharpshooter hired by forest dept has killed over 200 wild boars.
Go back a decade and you will find 411 tiger deaths recorded between 2001 and 2005. That is about 80 deaths a year. If anything, the death-population ratio is improving on official records.
It’s a world-wide mafiosi: 400,000 species and counting, which account for 40 per cent of the insect world.