While the largest number of overall seizures was reported by India, there is evidence that traffickers are still exploiting a previously-identified trade route stretching from Thailand to Viet Nam through Laos — three countries where the number of tiger farms has risen.
A lone elephant that suffered injuries after falling into a ditch at Ramohalli village near the Indian city […]
A tigress in Madhya Pradesh’s Panna Tiger Reserve, who had taken to hunting easy prey in villages around […]
Udaipur Zoo struck a deal with Chennai’s Zoo to trade a pair of wolves to acquire its first […]
Wildlife SOS, an NGO, has given a new home to an elephant that was found starving and rescued from its owners who made the noble animal seek alms on the streets of Rae Bareli in Uttar Pradesh.
The elephant named `Mohan,’ who was rescued by authorities in July, has been brought to Wildlife SOS’ facility in Mathura, where he’s expected to live out the rest of his years.
Wildlife Trust’s Program Provides Hands-on Training in Rescue and Rehabilitation of Animals
The Khangchendzonga National Park in India’s northeastern state of Sikkim has been declared a World Heritage Site by […]
WWF-India in collaboration with the Indian Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, the National Tiger Conservation Authority […]
Indian parliament’s upper house today passed a bill — The Compensatory Afforestation Fund Bill, 2016 — that will allow the government to use 400 billion rupees of accumulated funds for conservation, protection, improvement and expansion of forest and wildlife resources of the country.
The Bill was earlier approved by the lower house, Lok Sabha, in May 2016.
Indian government released a list of 106 websites, including Alibaba, Amazon, Snapdeal and Youtube, that it believes are […]