JAIPUR: Sariska is basking in the glory of increasing tourist footfall these days, but here is some more good news for the tiger reserve.

Beyond the realms of Ranthambhore’, a status report on tiger and its prey in the wildlife habitats of Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, aims at enabling improved and precise conservation strategies. The Ranthambhore National Park, located in WWF-India’s Western India Tiger Landscape is the westernmost arid zone range for wild tigers in the world.

JAIPUR: There is hope for an inviolate space for the tigers of Sariska Tiger Reserve STR that had lost all its tigers in 2004.

Tigers from Ranthambhore National Park move through degraded and fragmented forest patches and agricultural fields to reach Kuno Palpur Wildlife Sanctuary and Madhav National Park—two of the most important corridors in the Western India Tiger Landscape. We present the challenges and possible solutions to mitigate threats for these corridors, often overlooked in favour of larger sanctuaries and forest areas.

AHMEDABAD: The news that the tiger, T-71, from Ranthambore National Park (a tiger reserve) in Rajasthan, was sighted on the periphery of Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary in Madhya Pradesh (MP) has again pro

JAIPUR: Wildlife lovers, who claim that T-24 was shifted from Ranthambore National Park following pressure from the hotel lobby and demanding that it be brought back from captivity in Sajjangarh bi

T-24, the Ranthambhore tiger that was shifted to a cage in Sajjangarh Biological Park in Udaipur by forest officials for allegedly killing a forest guard has got a clean chit from Indian Veterinary

Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on Tuesday directed forest department officials to issue proper guidelines for tourists visiting national parks and sanctuaries in the state so that wild an

The Supreme Court on Thursday ordered status quo on shifting of a “man-eater” tiger known as T24 or Ustaad, from the Ranthambhore National Park in Rajasthan to a zoo.

Rajasthan seems to be losing its tigers to Madhya Pradesh.

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