Chennai: He is a concern those concerned with reducing man-animal conflicts in the state on the eve of International Tiger Day (July 29).

To commence in Anamalai from January 4

The Anamalai Tiger Reserve will undertake a pre-monsoon census survey to enumerate the population of all the animals. The week-long survey will begin on May 13.

Keeping wild elephants in captivity will cost the government crores of rupees.

The third synchronized all India tiger census that is held once in every four years will begin on Monday.

The Forest Department is going to train the Tamil Nadu Home Guards in handling man-animal conflict in the Valparai region, where elephants frequently enter the habitations causing damage to crops a

The first of its kind in State, it will be equipped with material for emergency situations.

Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Monday allocated Rs 2.81 crore for sinking of deep bore wells and building overhead tanks to supply water within forest areas, with a view to prevent wild animals f

In an attempt to provide required water for wildlife and to reduce man-animal conflict, Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Monday announced digging of borewells and construction of overhead water tanks

Sathyamangalam forest in Erode district has been declared a Tiger Reserve. It is the fourth such reserve in Tamil Nadu. The three other tiger reserves are at Mudumalai in the Nilgiris district, Anamalai in Coimbatore district and Kalakad-Mundanthurai in Tirunelveli district.

The Forest Department has received the Government Order declaring Sathyamangalam Forests as a tiger reserve, and the Union government has also notified it, Conservator of Forests, Erode circle, A. Venkatesh told The Hindu over the phone on Monday.