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Conservation Action Reports
by M. K. Ranjitsinh, C. M. Seth, Riyaz Ahmad, Yash Veer Bhatnagar and Sunil Subba Kyarong
A Rapid Assessment of the Pir Panjal Markhor in Jammu and Kashmir: Distribution, Status and Threats. A first ever survey of the markhor was jointly conducted by the Wildlife Trust of India, the J&K Forest department, and the Nature Conservation Foundation with support from the Ecology and Environment Cell of the Indian Army.
by Dr Ravindran Gopinath, Riyaz Ahmed, Ashok Kumar, Aniruddhha Mookerjee
A census of Shahtoosh workers in Jammu and Kashmir.
by Bahar Dutt
The case of the 'Jogi-nath' snake charmers of India.
by P Sarkar, J Takpa, R Ahmed, S Tiwari, A Pendharkar, Saleem-ul-Haq, J Miandad, A Upadhyay, R Kaul
Survey of Tibetan Antelope (Pantholops hodgsonii) and Wild Yak (Bos grunniens) in Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir, India. A joint survey undertaken primarily by the Department of Wildlife Protection, Jammu and Kashmir and the Wildlife Trust of India, has established the presence of chiru (or Tibetan antelope) and wild yak in two areas of Ladakh and also estimated their numbers. Recommendations for their conservation have also been made in this report.
by S Choudhury, M Ali, T Mubashir, S Ahmad, M Sofi, I Mughal, U Sarma, A K Srivastava, R Kaul
Attacks on humans by leopards and Asiatic black bear in the Kashmir valley - Analysis of case studies and spatial patterns of elevated conflict. The purpose of this study was to suggest measures which could be employed to reduce this conflict. Over 200 victims were interviewed and over a hundred locations visited and inspected. This report presents the findings of the survey and suggests both short term and long term measures to improve the situation vis-à-vis human-wild animal conflict.
by N.V.K. Ashraf, Tamo Dadda, Prasanta Boro, Naim Akhtar
The Asiatic black bear rehabilitation project initiated jointly by the Wildlife Trust of India and the Department of Environment and Forests, Arunachal Pradesh in partnership with the International Fund for Animal Welfare in 2003 was the first instance of bear rehabilitation being taken up in India. This conservation action report documents in detail the project's objectives, the protocols followed and the lessons learnt from the successful rehabilitation of bear cubs.
by Rupa Gandhi Chaudhary, Dhiresh Joshi, Aniruddha Mookerjee, Vivek Talwar and Vivek Menon
A decade ago, the world's largest fish, the whale shark, was slaughtered commercially in large numbers along the coast of Gujarat in western India. The hunting continued even after its listing in the Schedule I of the Indian Wildlife (Protection) Act, in 2001. However, three years of concerted campaigning since 2004, by WTI, Tata Chemicals Limited and the Gujarat Forest Department, has turned Gujarat's whale shark hunters into its protectors.
by R. J. Ranjit Daniels, Jayshree Vencatesan, R. Krishnamani, S. K. Dutta, C. Sivasubramanian, R. Sivakkumar, A. Manimekalan, Kadambari Mainkar, S Deka
Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) and the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), along with their collaborators conducted rapid assessment surveys in the coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands to review the ground situation in the tsunami hit areas. Each volume of this Conservation Action Report documents several useful recommendations for ecological restoration and re-construction activities on the mainland and the islands, respectively.
by R. Sankaran, Harry Andrews, Allen Vaughan
Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) and the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), along with their collaborators conducted rapid assessment surveys in the coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands to review the ground situation in the tsunami hit areas. Each volume of this Conservation Action Report documents several useful recommendations for ecological restoration and re-construction activities on the mainland and the islands, respectively.
by S. Subburaman, S. Gautham, Dhiresh Joshi, M. Venkatesh, B.M Praveen Kumar, Manoj Matwal, R. D Kamboj, M.V.M Wafar, Rahul Kaul, B. C Chaudhury
A report on WTI's collaborative efforts for the conservation of coral reef in Mithapur, Gujarat
by Manoj Matwal, Prem Jothi, Dhiresh Joshi, Praveenkumar, Farukhkha Bloch, Goutham Sambath, M.V.M Wafar, B. C Chaudhury, Rahul Kaul
The whale shark is indubitably the largest fish in the world. The conservation of the whale shark is debatably the most successful conservation project undertaken by WTI in its history. This project in collaboration with Tata Chemicals t and the Forest Department of Gujarat has won several conservation laurels.
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