According to Babu Ram Lamichhane, a wildlife research officer with Nepalese non-profit National Trust for Nature Conservation and lead author of a study published this month in the journal Oryx, Ne

Nagpur: The state government has constituted an 11-member high-level committee to formulate a strategy to decide whether conservation translocation of tigers to areas devoid of wildcats will be fea

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Tiger Deaths, 01/08/2017. The total number of tiger deaths in the country, as reported by States, during each of the last three years and the current year, State-wise is at Annexure-I.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Human-Wildlife Conflict, 01/08/2017. The State-wise details of loss of human lives due to tiger and elephant, during the last three years, are given in Annexure-I and Annexure-II.

Bijnor: The exact count of tigers falling prey to poachers’ bullets in Corbett Tiger Reserve (CTR) may not be known anytime soon due to the lack of coordination between Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhan

The majority of the world's terrestrial large carnivores have undergone substantial range contractions and many of these species are currently threatened with extinction. However, there has been little effort to fully quantify the extent of large carnivore range contractions, which hinders our ability to understand the roles and relative drivers of such trends. Here we present and analyse a newly constructed and comprehensive set of large carnivore range contraction maps.

The Rajiv Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary (Nagarahole) has seen an increase in tiger population and is all set to top the list in South India.

DEHRADUN: Wildlife Institute of India (WII) which is to conduct the fresh estimation of tigers in Corbett Tiger Reserve through camera trap images to find out about the numbers of tigers found miss

Nagpur: With the arrest of two tribals, a major tiger poaching racket involved in trafficking bones, skins and other body parts has been exposed in Pench Tiger Reserve (PTR), Maharashtra, on Tuesda

HYDERABAD: For the second time in a decade, Kawal Tiger Reserve, one of the two such sanctuaries in Telangana, has gone "tigerless" with forest department officials having no clue about what happen

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