A recent study addresses rising negative interactions between humans and animals and proposes population control measures as long-term solutions, while emphasising the need for continued research.

India’s tiger population reached 3,682 in 2022, a significant increase from 2,967 in 2018, according to the report “Status of Tigers: Co-predators and Prey in India-2022,” released as part of the International Tiger Day celebrations.

This bulletin presents indispensable state-wise profiles regarding the status of tiger reserves across India. Each state's profile includes information regarding estimations of the total, core, and buffer areas, current tiger population, tiger reserve biodiversity, gazette notifications, and land cover maps of each reserve in the state.

This study has provided a different perspective and approach to the relocation and rehabilitation programmes from PAs.

India now accounts 70 percent of the world's total population of tigers, the environment ministry said while releasing its fourth detailed national tiger estimation report.

Dugong (Dugong dugon), also called 'Sea Cow', occurs in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Gulf of Mannar, Palk Bay, and Gulf of Kutch in India. These marine mammals are herbivores which spend their full life in the sea. They are the only extant species of the family Dugongidae.

The primary objectives of the study are: to determine the current status of wildlife habitat and distribution pattern of plants, entomofauna, fish, herpetofauna, birds and mammals within the impact zone of the Etalin hydroelectric project (EHEP) area covering multiple seasons; Status and distribution pattern of certain Rare, Endangered and other

Buddhist monks in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tawang district have reason to cheer as their movement to save the winter habitat of the black-necked crane seems to have borne fruit.

The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC) has assigned the responsibility to the Wildlife Institute of India to prepare a technical document ‘Eco-friendly measures to mitigate impacts of linear infrastructure on wildlife’ for rail, road and power transmission line planners and managers; forest and wildlife managers and wild

This assessment of cumulative impacts of hydroelectric projects in Alaknanda and Bhagirathi river basins in Uttarakhand. It takes into account impact of 70 Hydro Electric Projects of which 17 are existing, 14 are under-construction and 39 are proposed.