Return of the storks
UK faunascape changes with climate change
Scientists identifed 55 species of invertebrates, mammals and birds that moved out of their natural range or arrived in the UK between …
Wildlife conservation in India: are we really serious?
Fast-track forest clearances that are an indicator of India’s development also pose a question–what is the future of wildlife in India?
Migratory birds at risk
Climate change makes spring arrive early, affects breeding
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Traffic noise is affecting communication in birds
When noise due to traffic increases, the birds alter the length and frequency of their song to improve communication
Bird flu scare returns, this time in Odisha
Keranga village has been declared the epicentre of H5N1 A1 virus in the state and culling operation has begun
'River regulation responsible for decline in water bird population in Australia'
Kate Brandis, joint research fellow at the Centre for Ecosystem Science, UNSW and Australian Nuclear Science Technology Organisation
Dams and sea deliver death blow to Nile delta
Sandwiched between an encroaching sea and dams that prevent silt from reaching it, the Nile delta seems doomed.
At a recently-held wildlife meet in Cape Town, delegates draft an action plan to conserve migratory species of wild animals
Is an avian flu pandemic imminent? As panic sends the world into a flutter, the Indian response still struggles to take wing, discover padmaparna …
Fish wars of an economic kind
In 1993, Newfoundland will see an international conference on fish stocks as a result of a dispute between Canada and Japan and the EC
The birds are back
MoU to safeguard the dwindling number of turtles on the anvil in India
Rare Long-Billed Plover bird sighted in Odisha’s Bhitarkanika national park
Sighting of this rare migratory bird during the annual bird census is baffling wildlife officials and ornithologists
According to report
CMS CoP 13 closes: Proposal to restrict trade in protected species diluted
Proposal to Article III of CMS dealing with trade of Appendix I species has been struck down
The environmental costs of Trump's wall
All that concrete will generate millions of tonnes of CO2 emissions and the wall will ravage a unique desert habitat that straddles two countries