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.

Bhubaneswar: The wildlife wing of the forest department seems clueless about the deaths of 39 elephants even months after their carcasses were found.

Kendrapada: Altogether 2,470 weaver birds were spotted in the state during a one-day census carried out by the Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) with the help of Wild Odisha and Kalinga Birds-O

AHMEDABAD: Loss of Ahmedabad had turned to be beneficial for Surendranagar district.

The endangered hangul , also known as Kashmir deer , is in the throes of extinction, largely because of human intrusions and domestic livestock grazing at its only habitat here.

Chennai: The last thing N Raveendran, a Madurai-based naturalist, expected to see when he participated in the vulture census in the forests of the Nilgiris was a Himalayan griffon vulture.

Coimbatore: The Anamalai Tiger Reserve (ATR) will conduct a pre-monsoon wildlife census this month and have invited NGOs, volunteers from colleges and environmentalists to take part in it to ensure

Bhubaneswar: A survey conducted by the state government in 46 forest and wildlife divisions has pegged the population of Royal Bengal Tigers at 40.

Ahmedabad: The biennial vulture census will take place in the state on May 28-29.

This was the first country-wide citizen science activity on this scale on natural history in India.