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These fragments have been written in the field or while on the move. Accompanied by a few photographs, some taken with serious Canon camera gear and others on Iphones, they capture his thoughts on a weekly basis. Read more
A ten-day long “Tiger Watch Programme”, jointly organised by (IFAW-WTI) in collaboration with the Global Tiger Forum (GTF), ended with a lot of positive hope for the well being of wild tigers in both India and Russia. Read more
Jharkhand, February 3, 2014: Securing a future for the elephant ‘the heritage animal’ in India, its continued survival in the wild constitute a major challenge faced by wildlife conservationists. Read more
Agatti, June 30, 2013: Earlier this month, as the World Oceans Day was celebrated internationally, a small group of enthusiasts organised a rally to spread awareness on the plight of the corals. Read more
Veraval: In March this year, we received first cogent evidence of whale shark pups being found along the Gujarat coast.When the fisherman reported the incident to us, he was unaware of the flutter this serendipitous discovery would create. Read more
Valmiki TR: Evidence of 3 more species has been found in the once-neglected Valmiki Tiger Reserve during the past two months. A crab-eating mongoose, a yellow-throated marten and a Himalayan serow were captured in camera traps in the region. Read more
TAGS Species
Wayanad: With the aim of facilitating a discussion about the significance of media in the field of wildlife conservation, a media workshop was held on Saturday in Bathery, in the district of Wayanad, Kerala. Read more
Karbi Anglong: In an effort to mitigate human-elephant conflict in nine high conflict prone villages of Karbi Anglong, Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) distributed search lights to aid the locals to keep watch during peak conflict seasons. Read more
Kaziranga: The International Fund for Animal Welfare - Wildlife Trust of India (IFAW-WTI) has provided 35 boats to the Kaziranga National Park authorities to assist in anti-poaching patrolling in the flood-prone UNESCO World Heritage Site. Read more
Kaziranga: The International Fund for Animal Welfare - Wildlife Trust of India (IFAW-WTI) has provided 35 boats to the Kaziranga National Park authorities to assist in anti-poaching patrolling in the flood-prone UNESCO World Heritage Site. Read more
Manas: As preparations to tackle potential flood emergencies are on at CWRC, good news poured in for the rehabilitators, as yet another rhino hand-reared here gave birth to a healthy calf in the wild in Manas National Park. Read more
Karbi Anglong: A free Medical Health Camp was organised for local people in Kalapahar-Doigurung Elephant Corridor dependent villages last Friday, Implemented as part of the Karbi Anglong Conservation Project. Read more
New Delhi: Wildlife conservation in India is all set to receive a new supporter over the next few days as WTI ties up with the acclaimed UAE band Point of View. The association ensures part proceeds of album sales being donated to conservation. Read more
Manas Mainao - the first rhino to walk Manas National Park kickstarting the crucial reintroduction in 2006, has given birth to a healthy calf. Early this morning, the mother and calf were sighted at the Rupahi Camp in Bhuyanpara range of Manas NP. Read more
Sar Kro: WTI has purchased over six acres of land to set up a model ethnic Karbi village to facilitate voluntary relocation of all families of Ram Terang village, currecurrently located within the Kalapahar-Doigurung Elephant Corridor. Read more
D’ering: To help the forest staff at the frontline in D’ering Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary in Arunachal Pradesh in their duties, Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) equipped them with field kits under a Rapid Action Project supported by DSWF. Read more
Greater Manas: To help reduce tree-felling in Greater Manas, the International Fund for Animal Welfare – Wildlife Trust of India (IFAW-WTI) is helping install improved cooking stoves in local households in the region. Read more
A binturong also known as a Bearcat was admitted to the Assam Forest Department-IFAW-WTI run Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC). This is for the first time in the CWRC’s decade-long history that this species has been rescued. Read more
TAGS CWRC
A rhino we met thinks that it’s really quite unfair that Shobhaa De has compared his species to human beings in their most despicable form – politicians. Read his argument here. Read more
A rhino we met thinks that it’s really quite unfair that Shobhaa De has compared his species to human beings in their most despicable form – politicians. Read his argument here. Read more
 
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