A spotted deer was found skipping, jumping and running in the forests of India. Is it late for a lunch meeting? Or is there a tiger right behind?! If you have suchRead More…
Wild life conservationists and nature lovers have more to cheer as the Tamil Nadu government has proposed to create four new wild life sanctuaries. These new protected areas would be in additionRead More…
Hyderabad Zoo is playing a pivotal role in saving one species – the mouse deer.
Sandeep Desai of Goa thought the wild intruder in his bathroom was a stray hare. But he was in for a surprise when the creature actually turned out to be an animal locally called a pisoi or what is more commonly known as the mouse deer!
Katarnia ghat Wildlife sanctuary in Uttar Pradesh is near the Indo-Nepal border and still a place where wild species can spring about freely without human interference. Thanks to a number of planned water storage facilities and early showers this season, it is the first time in many years that forest department found a rise in number of rare blackbucks in this wildlife reserve.
The Hangul or the Kashmir Stag are a critically endangered species. The latest census carried out in the Dachigam National Park, however have shown an encouraging trend in Hangul population with approximately 38 percent rise.
When S K Tripathi, a soldier from Indian Army’s Western Command Signals Regiment was on duty, he spotted a Sambar Deer fawn being attacked by a pack of stray dogs who were biting the helpless creature. The soldier sprang into action immediately and saved the deer from the onslaught.