HYDERABAD: White tigers in captivity are likely to die younger compared to yellow tigers, zoo authorities said following statistics revealing that the Nehru Zoological Park recorded 33 tiger deaths
New Delhi: India’s Central Zoo Authority (CZA) and the National Trust for Nature Conservation (NTTC) in Nepal signed a memorandum of understanding on Monday to foster closer professional zoo relati
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.
Forest Department suggests need for creation of more artificial water source.
Shimla, May 26: With the vulture population in the state going up from a mere 30 to 800 in the last one decade, the wildlife wing of the Forest Department has decided to identify new protected area
Forest officials at Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP), Borivali, conducted a manual census for 2013 Saturday. As many as 20 machaans (watch towers) were allocated to two forest officials each.
BHOPAL: Over 50 peacocks died in Morena district in the past 48 hours due to excessive heat. The forest officials recovered nearly dozen dead birds and sent them for post-mortem.
Foreign tree species which made an entry into Indian forests more than a century ago, have become a serious threat to the movement of wildlife as well as the growth of native plants.
Bihar plans to turn a village into a breeding centre for the Indian national bird peacock, forest officials officials said on Friday.
RANCHI: The establishment of a Tiger Conservation Foundation, a legal prerequisite under the Wildlife Protection Act, is likely to become a reality soon in Jharkhand during President's rule.
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