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New Jersey And New York Ban Ivory Trade

The United States is currently the world’s second largest ivory market, falling only behind China. And the city of New York is the country’s largest ivory hub, with New Jersey acting as the entry point for smuggled goods… Read More

Lion Translocation Faces More Hurdles

There are new developments in the ongoing saga of the impending transfer of a number of endangered lions from Gir in Gujarat to Kuno Palpur in Madhya Pradesh. Read More

Conservationists Protest Against The New National Board For Wildlife

Ten months after the dissolution of the last National Board for Wildlife (NBWL), the newly reconstituted Board has drawn voracious criticism from citizens across the country. Read More

Cover Story

Leopard Conflict On The Rise

India’s ‘leopard problem’ is a chronicle of a crisis foretold. Kailash Sankhala, the first Director of Project Tiger had warned the Indian Board for Wildlife that the spotted cat was being forced into unwelcome proximity…


Wild Walk In Anshi-Dandeli Tiger Reserve

One of the least-known forest wonders of India has to be the Anshi-Dandeli Tiger Reserve, a biodiverse wilderness that stretches over 800 sq. km. in Uttar Karnataka. In 2009, young Adithi Muralidhar volunteered…

Featured Interview

Meet Thanjavur Nateshacharya Ayyam Perumal – Conservation Photographer Par Excellence

T.N.A. PerumalLong before the digital photography revolution, long before the rationale of shooting wildlife with a camera rather than a gun had become fully accepted, there was T.N.A. Perumal.…

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Manas National Park

Photo: Bernard Castelein.Against the backdrop of the Eastern Himalayas lies a grass and jungle habitat of unp...
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