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Archive for April, 2012

Photography of Great Indian Bustard Banned

April 30, 2012
Birds

Taking strict measures to save the small population of Great Indian Bustards in India, the Minsitry of Environment has banned the photography of the bird during breeding season which starts in April. The move has been made to give the rare birds a chance to nest peacefully.

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Slender Loris on the hit list of Poachers

Slender Loris on the hit list of Poachers
April 28, 2012
Terrestrial Animals

Slender Lorises are the little known primates found in the southern states of India, especially in the Western Ghats and Karnataka. Till date very little is known about these nocturnal creatures, their habits or even their population. But now experts fear the species is under threat from poachers who are killing them in hundreds.

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Corbett Tigers get a Complete Silence Zone

Corbett Tigers get a Complete Silence Zone
April 27, 2012
Terrestrial Animals

Tigers in India’s oldest national park had been lately subjected to the noise made by party goers, and tourists staying in the vicinity of the park and playing loud music till late in the night. But after a high court directive, the state government has now imposed a strict ban on noise pollution in a 500 metre radius across the park.

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How Children can get Close to Nature

How Children can get Close to Nature
April 26, 2012
General

Children today are getting closer to technology but distant from nature. They listen to music on MP3 players but cannot recognize the sweet song and calls of the birds. They enjoy Jacuzzi baths and swimming pools but don’t know the joys of swimming in ponds or just diving into a free flowing stream. They watch videos about animals on the internet, but have never seen the magnificence of a lion in the wild. They play war games online, but do not know the exhilaration of climbing trees and skinning their knees in the process. The virtual world of computers has practically replaced every aspect of Nature.

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Swamp Deer Numbers Increase

Swamp Deer Numbers Increase
April 26, 2012
Terrestrial Animals

Jhilmil jheel (lake) in Haridwar is fast growing into a haven for swamp deers, thanks to the conservation effort of the state. The Swamp deer population of the lake has increased many folds since 2005 according to the latest census conducted by Widlife Institute of India (WII)

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Asia’s First Dolphin Research Centre to come up in Bihar

Asia’s First Dolphin Research Centre to come up in Bihar
April 25, 2012
Aquatic Animals

The Gangetic River Dolphins, one of the four only surviving freshwater dolphins of the world, is soon to get more protection, thanks to the conservationists who plan to set up India and Asia’s first dolphin research centre in Patna in Bihar.

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250 more Rhinos in Assam

250 more Rhinos in Assam
April 10, 2012
Terrestrial Animals

Conservation efforts at Assam’s Kaziranga National park are finally bearing fruits. As South Africa struggles with poaching threats to its rhino population, the Indian rhinos seem to be thriving with at least 250 more Rhinos recorded in the Assam sanctuary over a three year period.

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4000 Acres of Tadoba Tiger Reserve reduced to ashes in a Forest Fire

4000 Acres of Tadoba Tiger Reserve reduced to ashes in a Forest Fire
April 8, 2012
Terrestrial Animals

A raging fire has gobbled up much of the Tadoba Tiger Reserve in Maharashtra. It is estimated that 4000 acres of the lush green habitat is now a vast black terrain without any trace of plant or animal life.

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Poachers Kill Two Leopards in Uttar Pradesh

Poachers Kill Two Leopards in Uttar Pradesh
April 4, 2012
Terrestrial Animals

2 leopards were found dead in the Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctury last week by forest officials. Initial investigations suggest, the act is a case of poaching.

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What are you doing about Climate Change?

What are you doing about Climate Change?
April 3, 2012
General

By 2050 the world’s population will be 9 billion plus and considering that we are already feeling rising temperature, and experiencing scarcity of resources like fuel and water, the catastrophe we are inching towards is a certainty. What then is the solution? Should we keep on living our lives in exactly the same fashion, wasting resources, polluting the environment, encroaching forests, cutting trees, abusing electricity and energy use and then blaming the government for the price hikes or should we re-learn to preserve and prevent a future disaster?

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14 Species of Birds on the Verge of Extinction

14 Species of Birds on the Verge of Extinction
April 2, 2012
Birds

The Ministry of Environment and Forest recently announced that there are 14 species of birds that might not fly anymore in the future and might be extinct in India. The announcement came after International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) informed the ministry.

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