Tiger News

Increasing no of tiger deaths in MadhyaPradesh in past 2 years is raising concerns with wildlife conservationists

The increasing number of tiger deaths in Madhya Pradesh over the past two years has raised serious concerns among wildlife conservationists and tiger lovers, with 13 deaths already reported this year. Madhya Pradesh, once known as India’s “Tiger State”, accounted for almost 30% of the total tiger deaths in India in 2016. Read more..

'Early historic man lived in caves of Ranthambore reserve'

Nearly 2K-Year-Old Paintings Found In Kailadevi Forest Read more..

Big cats at high extinction risk due to prey loss: study

London, May 11 (PTI) Some of the world's most well-known big cat species such as lion, tiger, leopard and cheetah are at a high risk of extinction due to the decline in their prey, a new study warns. Read more..

TADOBA FIRE RAGES ACROSS KEY TELIA TOURIST ZONE

With unseasonally early hot heat with temperatures in the 40 degree zone, Tadoba's Telia Lake zone is experiencing fierce bush fires raging around a large part of its most photogenic lake shores, home to a number of its most photographed tigers. With bone dry understory the fires spread rapidly often jumping across the many firebreaks made in these forests. No further information yet on its effect on the wildlife or size of the fires though it is known that forests guards and many guides have tried to fight it. Read more..

Mega fauna like tigers and elephants are critical ambassadors for conserving all biodiversity

A group of 43 scientists in a new study have highlighted that conservation of large mammals (megafauna) does not come at the cost of biodiversity conservation, but rather complements it, a statement said on Tuesday. Read more..