Gaj Yatra begins in Tamil Nadu

Asian elephants live in a region of the world with the densest human population. In India, with 1.3 billion people jostling for space, the elephants are one of the first species to suffer due to their size, needs and nomadic nature. Read more »

Green Corridor Champions reach Tea Estates in Northern West Bengal

The east-west ecological range of the Terai elephant population in Northern West Bengal extends from the Teesta chaur (Baikunthapur Division) through Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary (MWLS) under Wildlife Division-I and southern forests of Kurseong Division, up to Bahundangi Village Development Council, Jhapa district, Nepal, on the western border. Read more »

WTI gears up for Gaj Yatra in Tamil Nadu

Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) is delighted to announce the launch of Gaj Yatra in Tamil Nadu, in association with the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change and the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW). Read more »