The Wildlife
Conservation Society

Writer-conservationist Prerna Singh Bindra traces the graph of the Wildlife Conservation Society in India, led by Dr. Ullas Karanth, one of the world’s most respected tiger scientists.

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Social Media Campaign Draws Attention To Pangolins

In honour of World Pangolin Day 2016 (February 20th), UK-based NGO, Peoplefor Pangolins has launched for the second year running the social media campaign called#pumpit4pangolins. Read More

Pangolin – Most Poached Species In India?

The pangolin, a rare, shy anteater species with unique, characteristic scales covering its body, is the world’s most trafficked mammal. According to recent reports, it is also the most smuggled and poached animal in India.… Read More

Otter Spotted In Ramnagar Forest Division After Half A Century

Uttarakhand’s Kumaon region continues to delight wildlife enthusiasts. Weeks after striped hyaenas were rediscovered in the Pawalgarh Conservation Reserve via camera traps, the presence of otters in the Kosi river of the… Read More

Cover Story

The Wildlife Conservation Society – Dedicated To Science, Research, Conservation And Education

From a schoolboy keen on birdwatching to an engineer, a farmer and finally one of the world’s leading tiger biologists – the arc of Ullas Karanth’s personal journey is fascinating in itself, but becomes even more…


Ganesha And The Rats No One Knew

With an indisputable flair for language, Vivek Menon skillfully connects the lives of rates and elephants.

Featured Interview

The Northeast Is Telling Its Own Stories – Is India Listening?

Tisha Srivastav interviews Rita Banerji, award winning Indian wildlife filmmaker and founder member of a new Northeastern initiative called the Green Hub.

Featured Destinations

Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve

Photo: Dhritiman Mukherjee/Sanctuary Asia.Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve, located in the Chandrapur district of ...