The Central Government may simultaneously launch an elephant census in West Bengal and the north-eastern States in 2016 to prevent repetition and avoid errors in counting, an official said on Monda
Bhutan is home to an amazing 103 wild tigers—an increase from a previous estimate of 75 that was not based on actual field surveys—according to the country’s first-ever tiger survey released on Glo
Conservation researchers have increasingly begun to use drones to conduct population counts of animals or study changing habitats.
On the occasion of Global Tiger Day today, wildlife experts said the majestic big cat emerged as the ambassador of India's conservation efforts.
Report: Bhutan has 103 tigers roaming in the wild, the National Tiger Survey report that was launched yesterday found.
National parks in Banke, Bardiya and Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve have witnessed a dramatic surge in Tiger numbers, recent surveys conducted by park officials suggest.
Himalayan country’s first nationwide survey finds 103 tigers, but WWF warns big cat was facing a crisis elsewhere south-east Asia
The forest department has set itself a target to double the population of tigers in the state by 2022. Currently, there are 190 tigers in the state.
The population in the mangrove forest is far less than believed, officials say, after a census uses cameras hidden in trees to record numbers
Despite natural habitats of elephants gradually getting shrunk in Odisha over the years, the elephant population was found to have increased marginally to 1,954 this year from 1930 in 2012.
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