If reincarnation is a thing, one of the worst life forms in which to return must be the chick in the second egg laid by a southern ground hornbill.

Conflict with elephants and subsequent economic losses negatively affect residents’ tolerance towards wild elephants. It is important to understand people’s attitude towards wildlife, especially Asian Elephants with an endangered status. A questionnaire survey was undertaken with 510 forest fringe residents of Nilambur North and South Forest Divisions, Kerala, to understand residents’ attitudes towards elephant conservation and Human-Elephant conflict.

India’s only extant red deer species, the Kashmir red deer, or hangul (Cervus hanglu hanglu) is restricted today to the confines of the 141 sq. km Dachigam National Park (NP) in Jammu and Kashmir, with about 200 surviving individuals. A continual population decline of hangul has necessitated the identification of relict populations and suitable habitats outside Dachigam NP, so that a meta-population approach to its conservation may be employed.

Kolhapur: The Shivaji University, Kolhapur might soon host a biodiversity centre, as a proposal to start the same is under consideration, A D Jadhav, assistant professor at the department of zoolog

Pilibhit: The Pilibhit tiger reserve lost its fifth big cat in two months when the rotten carcass of a tiger was recovered from a spot barely 200 meters away from the Barahi forest range on Sunday

There has been a dramatic drop in the number of rhino poaching cases on privately owned game reserves in KwaZulu-Natal following an intensive de-horning project in the last three years.

New app to avoid human error in estimating big cats’ presence, tribal groups participate

Experts stress on need to create awareness of birds among students and public

Kihansi catchment, characterized by steep slopes to the east and gentle slopes to the west and Kihansi gorge in particular, is internationally recognized as an important site for biodiversity withi

NEW DELHI: Number of Indus river dolphin may be negligible in India, but the first ever organised survey of this endangered aquatic species in the river Beas in Punjab last week gave a sign of “bre

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