Political borders and natural boundaries of wildlife populations seldom coincide, often to the detriment of conservation objectives. Transnational monitoring of endangered carnivores is rare, but is necessary for accurate population monitoring and coordinated conservation policies. We investigate the benefits of collaboratively monitoring the abundance and survival of the critically endangered Amur leopard, which occurs as a single transboundary population across China and Russia.

HARIDWAR: An analysis of the animal remains found stuffed inside a bag recovered from Rajaji Tiger Reserve in March by the Wildlife Institute of India (WII) has revealed that of the five samples ex

GURUGRAM: The death of one-and-a-half-year-old female leopard apparently due to an attack by another big cat in Gairatpur Bas village is a sign of rising leopard population in the Aravalis, claimed

With more than 30 camera traps, FD will study their habitat.

NAINITAL: Environmentalists and wildlife experts said they were alarmed by a new study which has reported 93 leopard deaths -- a very high number -- from across the country in just the first two mo

When leopards are found in human-dominated landscapes, conflicts may arise due to attacks on people or livestock loss or when people retaliate following real and perceived threats. In the plantation landscape of the Valparai plateau, we studied incidents of injury and loss of life of people and livestock over time (15 – 25 y) and carried out questionnaire surveys in 29 plantation colonies and eight tribal villages to study correlates of livestock depredation, people's perception of leopards, and preferred management options for human – leopard interactions.

MUMBAI: Yuva Sena chief Aditya Thackeray today alleged that the environment assessment report provides misleading information about Aarey milk colony, where a car shed of the city's Metro-3 project

The clouded leopard is the least well-known of the big cats. Both species (Neofelis nebulosa and Neofelis diarti) are listed as Vulnerable by the IUCN across their ranges.

DEHRADUN : A team of forest officials of Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP) and leopard experts from Wildlife Conservation Society Vidya Athreya has begun training workshop for local youth of leopa

GURUGRAM: In the first survey of its kind on population density of wild animals in five districts of Haryana, the Wildlife Institute of India (WII) has found leopards occupy a 200 square km area in

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