The state’s maiden vulture breeding centre in Muta, 22km from Ranchi, may not have taken wing as yet, but Bhagwan Birsa Biological Park in Ormanjhi, closer to the capital, may soon boast a special

Asked to shape up or face de-recognition of the Deer Park at Hauz Khas by the Central Zoo Authority (CZA) this March, the Delhi Development Authority has in its reply on Monday defended its work at the park stating that remedial work has already been initiated there.

The CZA had issued a notice to the DDA in March stating that there were a number of shortcomings in the park, including hygiene, which needed urgent attention. It also cautioned them about over-population in the small park area, which the CZA noted was the main and a very serious issue.

BERHAMPUR: Emu, the flightless bird from Australia, is gradually changing the trend of poultry farming in south Odisha.

Ornamental fish, which is rapidly gaining in popularity, has now become an employment generator in Assam.

Ahmedabad: Greater Flamingos, which fly thousands of miles from Siberia to breed in the warm marshes of the Khadir region in Kutch, are landing into a death trap.

Total 50 bisons would be translocated to Bandhavgarh National Park from Kanha National Park in February 2012.

Dhubri, Oct. 10: An NGO working for the preservation and protection of forests and environment has demanded vulture habitat centre status for Rajapara reserve forest.

National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) has launched an initiative to document various cattle breeds native to Tamil Nadu and undertake conservation measures.

JORHAT, Aug 9 – At a time when different species of local birds have become endangered in the region, the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited and the State Forest department have decided to set

Rudraprayag: Despite of shortage of basic facilities, the Animal Husbandry department has undertaken some notable measures for improvement of bovine breeds and experiments in artificial inseminatio