BARDIYA, Nov 21: Census of endangered tiger has begun in Bardiya National Park from Sunday.
With Satkosia Tiger Reserve almost counting its last big cats, Wildlife Wing of the Odisha Government is busy working on a tiger restocking plan for the habitat.
Pilibhit: The annual phase four counting of tigers at the Pilibhit Tiger Reserve (PTR), jointly conducted by PTR and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) will begin from Thursday.
KOLKATA: The number of big cats in the Indian Sunderbans is healthy and rising.
The Gujarat forest department conducted a census in mid-2016 which revealed some staggering figures; a great number of lions have died due to infighting in the Gir wildlife sanctuary.
AHMEDABAD: The census of leopards and sloth bears conducted in May this year has revealed that there are more leopards which have made revenue areas - the areas away from jungles close to human hab
Forests in and around Madhya Pradesh capital lack caring capacity and necessary prey base, forcing the tigers to move out of their natural habitat and come close to human habitations in cities, acc
GURGAON: The Wildlife Institute of India (WII), Dehradun, which has carried out a survey of wildlife in the Aravallis, is likely to come up with its report soon.
The Centre has planned to start a massive exercise of counting country's elephants next month.
NAINITAL: Uttarakhand forest department officials have spotted 32 tigers in the Terai-East division of Kumaon for the first time, giving conservationists a reason to rejoice.
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