INDORE: The Nature Volunteers organised its second annual environment lecture on the topic, 'Conservation beyond tiger: Need to take action' in the city on Saturday.

AHMEDABAD: Wildlife conservationists have recorded an extremely rare sighting -that of five species of the critically endangered vultures scavenging together at one single location -near Mahuva in

MUMBAI: The Salim Ali Bird Count, which was revived after almost 20 years, recorded over 15,000 observations by people across 22 states.

BHOPAL: Amid reports of depleting number of vultures from Indian skies and proposed submergence of its habitat in Panna National Park, Madhya Pradesh is carrying out its first ever vulture populati

KOLHAPUR: The Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) has revived nationwide bird count exercise after nearly 25 years.

Two new important bird areas (IBAs) — Sirpur Lake in Indore and Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve — have been added to the existing list of IBAs in Madhya Pradesh.

Conservationists were alarmed this week to find one of NCR's once most-commonly sighted wetland bird, common pochard, to have been labelled `near-threatened' in the latest red list of birds release

MUMBAI: The Curlew Sandpiper, Eurasian Oystercatcher and Bar-tailed Godwit, commonly seen on the Sewri mudflats, have been added to the list of endangered birds.

Nagpur: Over 60 bird species were sighted by the watchers during the five-hour long Ambazari bird race jointly organized by the forest department and Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) on Sunday

Amidst spiking pollution levels and reeling under dengue cases, the city has something to cheer about. The Egyptian vulture – which had disappeared from the city – seemed to have made a come back.