It’s baby boom at Nagarhole Tiger Reserve in Karnataka. 4 tigress in the reserve gave birth to 3 cubs each in the last one month in the Kalhalla, Sunkadakatte and Nagarhole ranges.Read More…
“It’s a tiger!” someone shouted and soon the whole village of Nidugumba was wide awake alerted by the predator’s presence.
Old habits die hard. This was found to be true after forest department officials in Karnataka found at least 80 snares in the protected forest covers of Bandipur and Nagarhole national parks in the last 3 months. It seems that poachers of the area have shunned firearms and started re-using the traditional snares and traps to injure and kill tigers.
India has the world’s largest tiger population. If you plan to see tigers in their most favorite land, here is an extensive list of places where you can sight the royal beast.
Poachers have a new threat in the jungles of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu – Trained and armed commandos ready to tackle anything and anyone up against the endangered tigers.