Conservationists are jubilant after the discovery of a massive group of lions in a remote Ethiopian national park, ending years of sharp decline in their numbers.
The Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute, a research body under the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR-CMFRI), will begin the month-long National Marine Fisheries Census 2016 from
BHUBANESWAR: As the Odisha government is all set to start its big cat count in the first week of February, the authorities are likely to skip the Sunabeda Wildlife Sanctuary that has of late turned
The Goa Bird Conservation Network (GBCN) will conduct the second All Goa Waterbird Census (AGWC) across all major wetlands of Goa from January 17 to January 24.
Big cat numbers in Karnataka may be on the rise but on the flipside, the state also tops the country in terms of the tiger mortality rate
As India is home to nearly 70 per cent of world’s tiger population, the Union Environment Ministry is planning to relocate some of the big cats to Cambodia, Thailand and Myanmar, where they have ei
Koraput: The Koraput forest division has decided to install 20 camera traps for tiger census in six forest ranges under its jurisdiction.
What did African wildlife look like 1,000 years ago? That's exactly what scientists are finding out in a bid to better understand how they have shaped the world we live in.
Nagpur: The state information commission (SIC), Nagpur Bench, rapped wildlife wing officials of the forest department for violating RTI Act by denying information to consumer rights activist Avinas
KOLHAPUR: The Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) has revived nationwide bird count exercise after nearly 25 years.
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