Gujarat To Pitch Arguments Against The Translocation In 1st Panel Meeting

The district administration, at a meeting last evening, finalised land for relocating Kanakwal village.

Environmentalists in Sri Lanka are opposing moves by the Department of Wild Life Conservation (DWLC) to shut down the transit home for elephants, Ath Athuru Sevana in Ritigala.

New Guidelines May Hinder MP’s Lion Shifting Plan

The latest guidelines of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) on translocation of wildlife could prove to be a major roadblock for Madhya Pradesh’s lion dreams. The world’s oldest and most trusted global environmental organization says shifting animals outside their indigenous range “is high risk”.

To know about density, abundance and demographic ratio of tigers, the wildlife wing of the forest department for the first time will implement a research project titled 'Long-term monitoring of tig

Have Asiatic lions found their own homes within the home around the Gir forest?

State forest department officials said over the last two decades, lions have dispersed from the Gir forest, which was a core area of Asiatic lions, and have settled down in respective areas and made their permanent 'homes'.

ADC urges Karnal villagers to relocate to Saudapur village

Environmentalists on Tuesday slammed Gujarat's attempt to halt the relocation of some of the country's endangered lions, saying it was undermining efforts to boost their dwindling numbers.

The country's top court ruled in April that some of the 411 Asiatic Lions found only in the Gir forests of the western state of Gujarat must be moved to a wildlife sanctuary in a neighbouring state.

Days after the successful translocation of old rhino calf Purabi, around one year old, from Kaziranga to Manas, the Assam forest department in collaboration with the Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) i

Not only the translocation of lions to Chandraprabha wildlife sanctuary has failed but ten other translocations across the world have also failed, the latest one being the Indian Rhino's translocat