The six-member committee set up to discuss draft proposal of Bor Tiger Reserve on Monday recommended that Bor and New Bor wildlife sanctuaries, 60km from here in Wardha district, be treated like ex

Kaziranga: Flood waters have entered Kaziranga National Park forcing animals to take shelter on highlands and Park authorities are on alert to protect the wildlife from deluge and poachers.

The flood waters have entered Burapahar and Bagori ranges of the world heritage site in upper Assam forcing the animals there to take shelter on high platforms built for them, the park sources said.

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

It is a gesture of a tribal village in Karbi Anglong hill district of Assam that is bound to be considered as a milestone in the conservation of elephants in the country.

GUWAHATI: The Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) has completed 10 years of working in Assam.

The National Bear Conservation and Welfare Action Plan for India focuses on ensuring stable status for all bear species and minimising bear-human conflicts through conservation efforts.

The National Bear Action Plan, released by the Centre in New Delhi on Tuesday, has sounded an alarm on shrinking bear habitat in Bengal.

With loss of habitat and rising incidents of human-bear conflicts plaguing the sloth bear population in Rajasthan, the state government has drawn up an ambitious conservation plan for the nocturnal

The Centre today released the National Bear Conservation and Welfare Action Plan at the launch of the 21st International Conference on Bear Research and Management in Delhi.

Guwahati: Expressing serious concerns over the spate of brutal rhino killings in Assam, the International Fund for Animal Welfare-Wildlife Trust of India (IFAW-WTI) Monday urged authorities to take immediate action to prevent further targeting of the animal.

According to the IFAW-WTI, 14 rhinos have been reportedly poached in and around Kaziranga National Park in the past four months alone. Most of these rhinos were poached during the three waves of floods that had hit the state since June this year.