The Chitwan National Park (CNP) has started research on tiger activities including reproduction from a special way. The park started research with the support from different donor agencies.

JAIPUR: While Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve is facing the problem of plenty with 60 tigers in 392 sq. km, Sariska spread over 866 sq. km houses just nine tigers after the relocation in 2008.

NAGPUR: The National Tiger Conservation Authority, a statutory body under the MoEF monitoring tiger reserves in the country, has directed all the reserves to incorporate supplementary guidelines to

A year after a wild tiger walked into Nandankanan Zoological Park here, the Forest and Environment Department is toying with the idea of releasing it into Similipal Tiger Reserve (STR) without arra

A two-member team of National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA), headed by its chief Rajesh Gopal, arrived here on Monday to finalise the Tiger Conservation Plans (TCPs) of State’s two tiger rese

Campaign for survival and dignity: Open letter to Wildlife Conservation Groups on Supreme Court petition.

The weekly digest of important reports, research, policy documents, regulations, studies, court cases, protests,conflicts, initiatives, photos, data, statistics, infographics, presentations on the India Environment Portal, 29 March 2014 - 04 April 2014 .

Pilibhit Forest Division in the state of Uttar Pradesh is a unique site for tiger conservation because it supports a breeding tiger population even though the forests are narrow and disturbed.

The Kanha-Pench complex harbours around 120 tigers along with several important floral and faunal assemblages. The landscape also supports diverse
land use, forest protection regimes and traditional forest dwelling tribal communities.

This new report released on March 26, 2014 provides results of a tiger monitoring study undertaken jointly by the Kerala Forest Department and WWF-India.