You can count the tiger
US destroys a tonne of confiscated ivory at New York’s Times Square
Global ivory trade leads to slaughter of up to 35,000 elephants a year in Africa, says a non-profit
David Attenborough solicits people’s support to save African elephants, rhinos from extinction
Wildlife broadcaster says poaching will wipe out the animals completely within the next decade
'Only closure of ivory markets can save African elephants'
Study by Wildlife Conservation Society underlines how illegal ivory trade, which has doubled since 2007, is causing rapid decline in elephant …
World’s primary forests under threat
Study calls for international cooperation to arrest degradation of primary forests
A forest guard’s life is tough
Conserving biodiversity at the ground is different from buzzwords of today’s conservation science
Climate change increasingly threatens mountain ecosystems
Mountain research, corridor ecology and climate damage researchers must work together to preserve the mountains, say experts
Only 100 Cross River gorillas left in Nigeria
Revised regional action plan launched for the conservation of the species, listed by IUCN as critically endangered
On the trail of a man-eater
Ankur Paliwal visits Moradabad district where a tigress is on the prowl to find out why she took to killing humans
World’s protected areas do not safeguard biodiversity
New study suggests nations will have to go for a paradigm shift they are serious about protecting wildlife
67 elephants died in Odisha in last nine months
Poaching, train accidents and electrocution killed more than half of these elephants, says Wildlife Society of Odisha
‘Wildlife usage must be based on sound science and adaptive management’
Susan Lieberman, Vice President, International Policy, Wildlife Conservation Society, spoke about the highlights of the ongoing CMS CoP
“The source of the danger is black people” — Why is racism normalised in conservation?
Extra-judicial killings of innocent people — including children — in Africa and Asia are airily dismissed as collateral damage in a &…
लोगों के 250 मीटर दूर होने पर भी वन्यजीवों पर इसका बुरा असर पड़ता है: अध्ययन
मध्यम आकार के वन्यजीवों के लिए प्रभावित होने की सीमा 50 मीटर है, एल्क जैसे बड़े खुर वाले स्तनपायी से लोगों को 500 से ...
महाराष्ट्र के वारली लोग तेंदुओं को देवता मानकर करते हैं संरक्षण
वारली लोग एक पारस्परिक संबंध में विश्वास करते हैं, उनका मानना है कि वाघोबा उन्हें बड़ी बिल्लियों के साथ जगह को साझा करने और ...
Action against poaching: Odisha plans DNA profiling for leopards
The exercise will help ascertain and trace the origin of the crime in case of leopard deaths