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Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) mourns the passing of Mr Ratan Lal Yadav, employed by the Chhattisgarh Forest Department as a casual worker in Udanti Wildlife Sanctuary, on March 19, 2017 at the age of 55. Read more
Dudhwa Tiger Reserve, March 20, 2017: Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) this morning commenced a five-day training workshop for 14 IFS probationers from the Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy (IGNFA). Read more
Kaziranga National Park, March 19, 2017: WTI and Elephant Family organised an Annual Planning-cum-Review Meeting of the Green Corridor Champions in Assam at the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation in Panbari on March 17. Read more
Jammu & Kashmir, March 17, 2017: Working in partnership with the Jammu & Kashmir Department of Wildlife Protection, Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) today completed the last of a series of Human-Wildlife Conflict Mitigation Training Workshops. Read more
Mysuru, Karnataka, March 15, 2017: IFAW-WTI has provided ex-gratia support of Rs 100,000 to the family of 28-year-old Murigeppa Tammangol, a forest guard who was killed on February 19 while trying to douse a forest fire in Bandipur Tiger Reserve Read more
It is heartening that while the olive ridleys are facing manifold threats worldwide, the coast of Odisha has been successful in meeting their expectations, writes Rudra Prasanna Mahpatra. Read more
Sonitpur West Forest Division, Assam, March 13, 2017: A wild buffalo that had been treated last month by a Mobile Veterinary Service (MVS) team from CWRC is showing signs of improvement, an observation team of the forest department has reported. Read more
Manas National Park, March 11, 2017: Reports from the field confirm that one of the female eastern swamp deer translocated from Kaziranga National Park to Manas National Park late last month has given birth. Read more
Manas National Park, March 8, 2017: A seven-day special workshop on wildlife offense report writing was organised by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) Read more
Jorhat, Assam, March 5, 2017: Working in concert with the Assam Forest Department (AFD), a Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) Mobile Veterinary Service (MVS) team recently helped resolve a conflict situation by assisting a leopard that had strayed into a human settlement return safely to the wild. A glimpse of the leopard atop the palm tree it was hiding in at village Rajabor The incident took place on February 26. Read more
Bokakhat, Assam, March 3, 2017: IFAW-WTI organised an interactive session on wildlife conservation with eminent conservationist, filmmaker and artist Prasanta Kumar Bordoloi at the Jogananda Dev Satradhikar Goswami (JDSG) College on February 27. Read more
Pakke Tiger Reserve, March 4, 2017: Working in collaboration with the Arunachal Animal Husbandry Department and the forest department, Wildilfe Trust of India recently conducted a month-long free livestock and dog vaccination and treatment driv Read more
CWRC, Kaziranga National Park, February 27, 2017: A pair of western hoolock gibbons under long-term care at the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) – the wildlife rescue, care and rehabilitation facility jointly run by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) and Assam Forest Department – was shifted to a pre-selected acclimatisation site in the adjoining Panbari Reserve Forest on February 25. Read more
Mudumalai Tiger Reserve, February 27, 2017: A capacity-building training programme aimed at increasing the number of veterinarians in Tamil Nadu capable of capturing and/or treating wild animals, particularly during human-animal conflict scenarios, was organised earlier this month at Mudumalai TR. Read more
Sutrapada, Gujarat, February 22, 2017: A neonatal whale shark was rescued by a local fisherman in the coastal waters off the fishing village of Sutrapada on the morning of February 18. This self-documented rescue was the fifth encounter with whale shark pups recorded off the Gujarat coast under the Whale Shark Conservation Project, run by Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) and the Gujarat Forest Department with support from Tata Chemicals Ltd. Read more
On the evening of February 7, the Conservator of Forests - Bareilly and the Divisional Forest Officer - Pilibhit Tiger Reserve (Wildlife) called to inform us about a crisis situation: two people had been killed and another injured in tiger attacks t Read more
Kaziranga National Park, Assam, February 14, 2017: Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) and Elephant Family, in a joint venture with Duarbagori Cooperative Society Limited (DBCSL) have developed a cadre of local individuals called the Green Corridor Champions (GCC) to help secure three important elephant corridors – Amguri, Kanchanjuri and Deosur – in the Kaziranga-Karbi Anglong landscape. Read more
Similipal Biosphere Reserve, Odisha, February 13, 2017: A Wildlife Trust of India Mobile Veterinary Service (MVS) unit rescued a Russell’s viper from a deep well in the Baripada Division of Similipal Biosphere Reserve (SBR) on February 11. The rescue operation was conducted in cooperation with staff recruited specially by the SBR Field Director and RCCF’s office for wildlife rescues. Read more
Gelephu, Bhutan, February 13, 2017: As part of the ongoing efforts to train, equip and boost the morale of forest department personnel in Bhutan, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and Wildlife Trust of India (WTI), in partnership with the Government of Bhutan’s Department of Forests and Park Services (DoFPS), conducted a two-day technical workshop on Call Data Records (CDR) analysis for a select group of enforcement officials on February 2 and 3. Read more

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