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Leopard mauls forest ranger   

The Statesman
New Delhi
20 May 2017

A forest ranger of Uttarakhand forest department was killed by a leopard near Rishikesh on Thursday night. Forty-seven year old Anand Panwar was taking a walk after dinner near his home at Raiwala, when he become a target of the feline. A search for the leoaprd in on. ...

Few takers for SGNP’s animal adoption scheme   

The Hindu
New Delhi
15 May 2017

Mumbai: The animal adoption programme of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Borivali, has not tasted much success since it was launched in 2014, with just 14 of the 92 animals available being adopted due to the high costs involved.

On Monday, Ramdas Athavale, Union Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment, formally adopted a leopard called Bheem. Mr. Athavale had announced his intenti...

62 tigers sighted during annual waterhole census at TATR   

Sakaal Times
14 May 2017

Chandrapur (Mah), May 13 (PTI) As many as 62 tigers were sighted during the annual waterhole census conducted on May 10 at the Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) here. The Census done on the Buddha Purnima day was conducted both in core and buffer areas of the Tiger reserve amid elaborate arrangements made by the forest department, said an official release issued by TATR here yesterday. The water...

Tigers are now back at Assams Manas reserve   

The Asian Age
13 May 2017

The authorities are yet to announce the census report of Nameri National Park, another tiger reserve in Assam
The authorities are yet to announce the census report of Nameri National Park, another tiger reserve in Assam

Guwahati: The Manas National Park has recorded the presence of at least 30 tigers in just-concluded tiger census. The number is more than double the figure of the 2016 census.

The growth in tiger population in one out of four tiger reserves has come as a major encouragement for the forest department as conservationists pointed out the preliminary figure for Kaziranga National Park is not out ye...


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