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Tiger dies in Bandipur national park; poisoning suspected

The death of a tiger in the Kundagere range of Bandipur within days of the national park being regarded as one of the best protected landscapes for the big cats, has triggered alarm bells among the authorities. The tiger's death came to light on ... The Hindu, 1 day ago
Tigress trapped The Hindu, 1 month ago

Vehicular traffic on highway disturbing wildlife

The increase in vehicular traffic on national highway 67 cutting across Bandipur National Park and the growing popularity of the park with tourists, will have a negative impact on wildlife unless efforts are made to regulate visitors. Though there ...
 NetIndia123.com2 months ago

Bandipur authorities alarmed over death

The death of a tiger in the Kundagere range of Bandipur within days of the national park being regarded as one of the best protected landscape for the big cats, has triggered alarm bells among the authorities. The tiger's death came to light on ...
 The Hindu1 day ago

Now stringent road policy for protected areas in Nagpur

NAGPUR: PAs and widening 1km near them: In a bid to maintain sanctity of protected areas (PAs), the National Board of Wildlife (NBWL) has adopted a policy of not allowing any new roads inside national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Now cases of ...
 Times of India3 days ago Now stringent road policy for PAs,  Times of India4 days ago Now stringent road policy for PAs in Nagpur  Times of India4 days ago

300 watchers, guards to combat fires in Bandipur

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Forest fires are common in the run-up to summer Three minor fires that broke out in Bandipur last week has made the Forest Department to take precautionary measures to combat forest fires that are common in ...
 The Hindu1 week ago 300 watchers, guards soon to combat fires in Bandipur  The Hindu1 week ago

Tigers roar back; numbers increase 30 pc since 2010

A four-year government survey across 47 tiger-bearing parks in the country has found that the estimated population of big cats is now 2,226, a 30 per cent increase from 2010. "The number has gone up by 30 per cent. Seventy per cent of the world's tigers are ...
 Deccan Herald6 days ago Increase in tiger numbers, result of efficient data collection: Experts  Deccan Herald5 days ago
Star of Mysore

300 watchers, guards to be hired to combat forest fires in Bandipur

Forest fires are common in the run-up to summer Three minor fires that broke out in Bandipur last week has made the Forest Department to take precautionary measures to combat forest fires that are common in the run-up to summer. Fire was noticed ...
 The Hindu1 week ago Union Forest Minister visits Bandipur  Star of Mysore2 weeks ago

Hectic year for Forest department

From the raging fire that destroyed close to a thousand acres of forest cover at Rajiv Gandhi National Park, Nagarahole, to the elephant capture operation that took place in Alur and Sakleshpur taluks of Hassan district, the Forest department had its hands ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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Bandipur's tiger boom spells doom for those on the fringe

It was between 2010 and 2014 that wildlife biologists began to realise the heavy proliferation of tigers in the Bandipur National Park in Karnataka. The fiercely-territorial beasts are today locked in battle for dominance with man and his cattle. Rediff.com contributor Sunaad Raghuram reports. Image courtesy: Getty Images Amidst the verdant canopy of mathi, rosewood, ficus and dindal trees that grow in luxurious abundance in the Bandipur National Park, 85 kilometres south of Mysore, the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Move for corporate role in tiger conservation  Hindu Business Line2 months ago
Millennium Post

Jungle virus causes much concern

Nagaratna andSuresh N S, a young farmer couple, live in Bandikkoppa village in Thirthahalli taluk of Karnataka's Shivamogga district. Their small house is surrounded by forests of the Western Ghats. In January last year, both of them fell ill. They ...
 Millennium Post2 weeks ago
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