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Why Culling ‘Vermin’ Species Is Counter-Intuitive

Human-wildlife conflict is a serious matter, especially when it comes to crop depredation by wild herbivores. While it is absolutely essential to create and implement conflict mitigation strategies, the current manner in which state governments, with the support of the Centre, are dealing with the problem is both unscientific and dangerous.

Barnawapara – Worth More Than Gold To Chhattisgarh

The tigers and wild buffaloes that once roamed the forests of the Jonk Valley have all but disappeared. Raza Kazmi discovers, however, that other wild denizens have replaced them, leaving the allure of Barnawapara strong as ever.

River Allies

In the waters of the Irrawaddy river, traditional fishermen and wild dolphins work in harmony to fish. Will the threats facing the river allow this traditional relationship to survive, asks Demelza Stokes.

A Tiger Above The Rest

Bhavna Menon pays tribute to the ‘Big Bam’ of the central highlands. Undoubtedly, one of India’s most charismatic big cats.

Traveling Tiger Establishes Connectivity Between Bor and Amravati

By scouring through camera-trap images, forest officials have ascertained the identity of a ‘mystery’ tiger in the forests of Amravati. His origins? A tiger reserve that lies over 100 km. away.

Dr. G.I.B Takes Conservation To The Kids

Armed with a life-sized Great Indian Bustard model, Dr. Pramod Patil is empowering Rajasthani youth to conserve their endangered, wild neighbour.

Snakebite Healing & Education Society (SHE)

Priyanka Kadam explains the serious issue of snakebites in India and how her organisation SHE is working to address the problem. 

The Frozen Ark

Could genetics be the future and is the Frozen Ark Project our insurance policy against extinction of wild species, asks Purva Variyar.

Technology Goes Wild

With the advent of the industrial age came technology that caused irreversible damage to our environment. Purva Variyar writes how emerging technology is fast becoming a tool to save the world’s remaining wildlife.

Malaysia Once Upon A Time

Despite a chequered past and an unstable present, biodiverse parks such as Mulu still provide hope in Malaysia, discovers C. Gangadharan Menon.

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