Giant Refugees

Urgent! A herd of wild elephants is caught in brutal conflict on the outskirts of Bhubaneswar, Odisha. Join the campaign asking for their protection.

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News

Carnivores Adapt To Coexist

A new Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) study in India shows that three carnivores – tigers, leopards, and dholes – seemingly in direct competition with one other, are living side by side with surprisingly little conflict. Read More

WCT Announces Grants For Endangered Species Conservation

Wildlife Conservation Trust (WCT) announces the launch of "WCT Small Grants for Conservation of Endangered Species and their Habitats" (WCT-SG), to encourage and further strengthen on-ground conservation of endangered flora… Read More

Sanctuary Nature Foundation Launches ‘Mud On Boots’ Project

The Sanctuary Nature Foundation announced the launch of the Mud on Boots Project, a programme designed to empower and support grassroots conservationists in India. The foundation has selected 12 grassroots conservation leaders… Read More

Cover Story

Messages Etched In Wood ...That Human Policies Ignore

Messages Etched in Wood are ignored by human policies, writes journalist-conservationist Neha Sinha, citing wrenching examples of the fall-out of poor policy as she picks at the seams of India’s new …

FEATURE Story

The Tale Of A Sacred Trail

Ecologist Dipani Sutaria’s sublime experience of an ancient landscape – Haryana’s sacred forest, Mangar bani.

Featured Interview

Cartooning For Wildlife

Wildlife artist Rohan Chakravarty opens up to ornithologist and author Bikram Grewal about his unusual career choice, the people who inspire him and the joys of wildlife cartooning. He shares his thoughts…

Featured Destinations

Manas National Park

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