Camera trapping method has been used for the first time in the ongoing tiger census in the Namdapha National Park in Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh.

ITANAGAR: In keeping with the new policy to conduct tiger census annually instead of every four years, the National Tiger Conservation Authority will start the exercise in the two tiger reserves of

Itanagar: Infectious diseases afflicting people in remote areas of the Northeast are not only a problem for the humans, they also indirectly affect the wildlife in sanctuaries.
A study conducted by the Bangalore-based National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS) has revealed how malaria among the staff in the Pakke Tiger Reserve in East Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh is posing a threat to the upkeep of tigers there.

NAMDAPHA, July 21: As per the provision of Section 38 X of the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 2006 and guidelines issued by the Union Ministry of Environment & Forest, the State Government has constituted an Executive Committee of the Tiger Conservation Foundation of Namdapha Tiger Reserve with Field Director SJ Jongsam as Chairperson.

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Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu today stressed on immediate relocation of Lissu tribal community members from Namdapha National Park to arrest the decline in tiger population there.

Lisus, Namdapha officials talk in Arunachal

This research initiative in Arunachal Pradesh is a build-up on the first phase of studies in the north-east that led to the publication of an earlier UNESO-sponsored MAB book series, entitled "shifting agriculture and sustainable development: an interdisciplinary study from North-East India". Emphasising upon linking knowledge systems, this volume expands up on a community participatory developmental paradigm based on hybrid technology interventions for ecological conservation linked with development of the region.

There are a hardly any tigers left in Namdapha National Park in Arunachal Pradesh. But, says aparajita dutta , the park is rich in biodiversity, and the fauna could bounce back if park authorities work with local tribals

members of the Lisu tribe of Myanmar have started poaching tigers in Arunachal Pradesh's Namdapha National Park, say reports in local newspapers. Tiger parts have a huge market in China as well