'Animals and humans have shared spaces in India long before 1972'
In the aftermath of a tragic incident in Maharashtra's Junnar, where 5 leopard cubs were burnt to death unknowingly by a farmer in whose field …
Leopard kills forester in Uttarakhand; authorities suspect it to be a man-eater
The staff of the Rajaji Tiger Reserve was attacked in the Motichur range in Raiwala area
Fourth 'unnatural' leopard death in Odisha this year
Environmentalists in the state have raised concerns about the safety of the animals given that poaching is rampant
Shoot-to-kill orders issued in Uttarakhand town for leopard
Hunters are scouring Bageshwar and its surroundings after a leopard that was blamed for several attacks and two deaths, was declared a man eater …
The catch in conservation
Ullas Karanth has many lessons to offer to make wildlife management in India more scientific
"Snow leopard habitat may be lost due to climate change"
The snow leopard is facing a huge threat from climate change and a hostile human population in Pakistan. Muhammad Ali Nawaz, an authority on the …
India’s wildlife needs its people’s empathy, not just sympathy
The trend of shooting animals declared as ‘man eaters’ is taking a toll on our wildlife, our precious natural heritage
No need for a new, separate leopard census, say experts
This is when leopard deaths in India have reached a five-year high, with over a third poached
Wild Emergency: From sensational to sensible
The National Board of Wildlife’s recommendation that state governments use Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code while dealing with …
Why are leopards in Rajaji turning man-eaters?
Leopards in the Rajaji National Park have killed over a dozen people in the past year. Why is the big cat choosing humans over its natural prey?
Benagaluru attack latest in expanding list of human-leopard conflict
Changing land-use patterns, urbanization and development have brought several man-wildlife conflicts to the fore as an increasing number of wild …
Study documents 245 human-leopard conflicts in Karnataka
Researchers use news reports to provide an insight into the ecology of leopards
Two leopard cubs harassed by residents in Maharashtra tiger reserve; one dies
One of the cubs, a sub-adult is recuperating. But the other, a 7 month-old, already weakened, could not stand the abuse perpetrated by the locals
‘India has to change its attitude towards leopards’
Leopard expert, Vidya Athreya responds to alarming report on leopard mortality, says finger-pointing must end