Monthly Archives: August 2011

Project Gaur Losing Sheen Sans Habitat Know-How

DUE to failure in judgement for proper habitat, the Project Gaur, has become a mere flop show landing both Bandhavgarh and Kanha national parks to bear losses. Neither any benefit was reaped by Bandhavgarh and nor Kanha, which ironically lost … Continue reading

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Rescue Transit Camp Proposal In Cold Storage

INSPITE set targets; the work of proposed Rescue Transit Camp has not yet been stared at Dumna Nature Reserve. According to the information, the work was to be started by July end, but the project has been delayed by a … Continue reading

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Search On For Tiger On The Prowl In Bhopal

Bhopal: A half-eaten buffalo carcass was found on Bhopal outskirts on Thursday evening triggering fears that a tiger thought to have returned to nearby Ratapani forest earlier this month was still on the prowl in the area.    Half-eaten carcasses of … Continue reading

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Kanha, Bori Reserves To Swap Blackbucks, Barasinghas

UNLIKE earlier instances when tigers and Bison were shifted as a one-way process at Baandhavgrh, Panna and Pench to develop new habitats, this year, dual process for relocation of wildlife would be witnessed at Kanha National Park. Through this winter … Continue reading

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Forest department set to start Virtual Fencing Project in Panna National Park

TAKING another instance towards wildlife protection, the Madhya Pradesh Forest Department has started preliminary preparation to opt virtual Fencing Project to trace the wildlife habitat in Panna National Park. Without knowing much about demerits of using the advance technology and … Continue reading

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