MUMBAI: Repeated fires at the Sanjay Gandhi National Park in Borivli have left officials flummoxed and a dead bamboo plantation is adding to the problem.

Mumbai: A major fire suspected to have been triggered by tribal people residing within the forest area on Monday charred about 10,000 hectares of forest in the heart of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP).

Mumbai: His average day begins at 3 am, roaming the suburbs on a bicycle and distributing milk packets from door to door. Later in the day, after the family business is being taken care of, he picks his books, a notepad, a pen and steps out to the Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP), Borivali, in an endeavour to track its floral bio-diversity and protect it from destruction.

Mumbai: Authorities at Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP) are facing fresh encroachment attempts, this time from its original inhabitants

Mumbai: The state is all set to get its first leopard safari. Theforest department has decided to set up such safaris at three places in the state -- near Belwandi in Ahmednagar district, at Manikdoh in Pune district and at Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Mumbai.

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Mumbai: If all goes well, the city might get a rescue centre for endangered animals in the new year. The proposal for the centre, to be built within the territory of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP), is currently pending with the state forest department.

Mumbai The tiger safari at the Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP) got a new attraction on Sunday. Two royal Bengal cubs born in captivity were released into safari cages, creating a lot of excitement. Over a thousand visitors reached the park to catch a glimpse of the cubs on the first day, SGNP officials said.

Mumbai, November 11 Two newly born royal Bengal tigers, currently being raised with utmost care in the Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP), will soon become the star attraction of the park

Mumbai, July 16 Park authorities happy but also maintain this is just preliminary round, chief conservator of forests and wildlife experts will do final scrutiny Twenty-four leopards and a five per cent increase in the animal count: reads the preliminary wildlife census report for 2008 released by the Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP), and from the looks of it, it seems bright.