The wildlife managers use high-tech solutions like camera trap images in order to identify conflict-prone tigers in India. Researchers with the Wildlife Conservation Society and other partners use stripe pattern-matching software to zero in on individual tigers in conflict and relocate them out of harm’s way for the benefit of both tigers and people. Dr. Read More →

Leopards in India

A leopard spotted close to a human settlement is likely to be a ‘resident’ animal and may not have necessarily strayed as is commonly thought, revealed an international study of the first-ever GPS-collared leopards in India. Shedding light to human-leopard conflict, the team led by wildlife biologist Vidya Athreya of Wildlife Conservation Society radio-collared five Read More →

Male Rhino

Poachers killed a male rhino at Kaziranga National Park on Thursday. However, the horn of the pachyderm was found intact. Park officials said poachers targeted the pachyderm near the Laudubi anti-poaching camp in the Kohora forest range of the park on Wednesday night. But they could not chop off its horn due to strong security Read More →


The rich wildlife of Uttarakhand is suffering due to paucity of specialist veterinarians. There is one wildlife veterinarian, that too on deputation in the Corbett Tiger Reserve. Another specialist at Wildlife Institute of India (WII), Parag Nigam travels most of time and is not always available. Left with no other option, the forest officials have Read More →

Sunderban National Park

Indian wildlife is an appropriate mix of diverse species having varied origins.Indiais considered home to a large number of rare and endangered animal species.Indiais a vast country having a rich wildlife heritage and the Indian wildlife is considered as one of the richest ones all over the world. The Indian wildlife include numerous reptiles, animals, Read More →