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Occassional Reports
by Bindu Raghavan, Yashveer Bhatnagar
Rapid Survey for the endangered Ladakh urial (Ovis vignei vignei) in Leh district of Ladakh Trans-Himalaya
by Sunil K. Choudhury
Status and distribution of greater adjutant storks (Leptoptilos dubius) in the Ganga and Kosi river floodplains near Bhagalpur, Bihar
by Bhaskar Chaudhary and Anjan Talukdar
Health and management of captive elephants at Kaziranga elephant festivals
by Rakesh K. Singh
A rapid assessment of the human–elephant conflict in Chhattisgarh
by Ambika Aiyadurai and Surendra Varma
An investigation into carnivore-human conflict in and around Itanagar Wildlife Sanctuary, Arunachal Pradesh
by Vidya Athreya, Aniruddha Belsare
An Occasional Report based on two Wildlife Trust of India Rapid Action Projects supported by the International Fund for Animal Welfare and the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation and conducted by the Kaati Trust. This report documents the technical and veterinary support provided to the Maharashtra Forest Department during the capture and translocation of leopards from conflict areas. It recommends science-based action keeping in mind the ecology of the species.
by R. K. Sinha
Popularisation of alternatives to dolphin oil among fishermen for the conservation of the Ganges river dolphin (Platanista gangetica) in Bihar. The endangered Ganges River Dolphin, already threatened with extinction due to shrinking habitat was under added threat because of its oil that was used by fisherman as an attractant to commercially useful fish. The author’s discovery of an alternative oil from fish scraps gave a new lease of life to the Ganges River dolphin. This is a report on the RAP.
by Anil Kumar Singh, Ashok Kumar, Aniruddha Mookerjee, Vivek Menon
A scientific approach to understanding and mitigating elephant mortality due to train accidents in Rajaji National Park
by Joydeep Bose
A conservation survey of the Phayre's leaf monkey (Trachypithecus phayrei) in Assam and Mizoram supported by National Geographic Society and Conservation International
by N.V.K. Ashraf, Jacob V. Cheeran, Anand Ramanathan and Bahar Dutt
An Occasional Report of the health and management of captive elephants in Jaipur. Of the 5000 captive elephants in India, a 100-odd live in the city of Jaipur, under conditions that are greatly different from their natural habitat. Lack of green fodder and adequate water leads to health problems, which were addressed by a team of veterinarians at a health camp conducted over three days in Jaipur. This Occasional Report brings to light major issues concerning captive elephants.
by Nidhi Gureja, Vivek Menon, Prabal Sarkar and Sunil Subba Kyarong
Human-Elephant conflict in Sonitpur district of Assam
by Vassili Papastavrou
A Policy Document on India’s involvement in the International Whaling Congress 1981-2003
by Basudev Tripathy
The mass nesting of Olive Ridley turtles (lepidochelys olivacea) along the coast of the eastern indian state of Orissa is affected by anthropogenic pressures. The six-kilometer beach at Rushikulya is an important roorkery that was the focus of this Rapid Action Project to protect the eggs, hatchlings and the habitat of the Olive Ridley Turtles.
by N.V.K. Ashraf and Kadambari Mainkar
An Occasional Report of a Captive Wildlife Welfare division activity conducted by Wildlife Trust of India
Silent Stranglers
by Joseph Vattakavan, NK Vasu, Surendra Varma, Nidhi Gureja, Ambika Aiyadurai
Eradication of Mimosa in Kaziranga National Park - An occassional report of a Habitat Recovery project conducted by Wildlife Trust of India in partnership with International Fund for Animal Welfare and supported by Assam forest department.
by Mansoor Nabi Sofi and Riyaz Ahmed
Establishing the presence of Hangul outside Dachigam National Park, Jammu & Kashmir - An interim report on Hangul survey conducted by Wild Species Programme of the Wildlife Trust of India supported by Department of Wildlife Protection, Governemnt of Jammu & Kashmir
by Anand Ramanathan, Ashraf N.V.K and Vivek Menon
The beginning to the end of dancing with bears - An Occasional Report of Wild Rescue Programme
by Kausalya Shenoy
Two species of otter are found along the River Cauvery. While the Oriental small-clawed otter inhabits the forested stretches of the river in the upper reaches, the smooth-coated otter inhabits the lower tracts. Limiting human disturbances along these stretches and curbing the poaching of otters and illegal trade in pelts are vital for the conservation of otter populations in this region.
by Ujjal Kumar Sarma and P. S. Easa
An Occasional Report on a Wild Species Project under the Human-Elephant Conflict Mitigation cell of the Wildlife Trust of India in partnership with the International Fund for Animal Welfare
by Nixon AMA, Siddharth Rao, Karthik K, Ashraf NVK and Vivek Menon
Search for the Malabar Civet (Viverra civettina) in Kerala and Karnataka
Crane capital
by Rajeev Chauhan, Joydeep Bose, Nidhi Agarwal, Bahar Dutt, Aniruddhha Mookerjee
Conservation strategy for Sarus crane (Grus antigone) habitats in Etawah and Mainpuri districts, Uttar Pradesh
by Ujjal Kumar Sarma, PS Easa and Vivek Menon
An Occasional Report of the Conflict Mitigation Division of the Wild Species Programme of the Wildlife Trust of India in partnership with the International Fund for Animal Welfare
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