Tiger Counts Increases in India with efforts of Wildlife Conservation Society

Tiger Counts Increases in India with efforts of Wildlife Conservation Society

Tiger tourism ban criticised

Tiger tourism ban criticised

There is a major achievement in the field of Indian Wildlife with the assistance of the Wildlife Conservation Society that has increased the tiger count.

What a fantastic example of a bug hotel, this looks amazing! Why not try your hand and create a multi-storey hotel that's full of all sorts of natural materials, providing hidey-holes for creatures galore. Safe hideaways can be hard for wildlife to find in some gardens, and what better use for all your garden waste and odds and ends?

What a fantastic example of a bug hotel, this looks amazing! Why not try your hand and create a multi-storey hotel that's full of all sorts of natural materials, providing hidey-holes for creatures galore. Safe hideaways can be hard for wildlife to find in some gardens, and what better use for all your garden waste and odds and ends?

Tiger populations have dropped 97 percent within the last 100 years. Among them is the Javan tiger, which the IUCN declared extinct in 2003 (though it hadn’t been spotted since 1976, in the Meru Betiri National Park in Java, Indonesia). Thanks to recent conservation efforts, the Bengal tiger in …

Tiger populations have dropped 97 percent within the last 100 years. Among them is the Javan tiger, which the IUCN declared extinct in 2003 (though it hadn’t been spotted since 1976, in the Meru Betiri National Park in Java, Indonesia). Thanks to recent conservation efforts, the Bengal tiger in …

picture of Belinda Wright  tiger bones of Bengal tigers shot by poachers confiscated in India

picture of Belinda Wright tiger bones of Bengal tigers shot by poachers confiscated in India

Tibetan Antelope - Wildlife Conservation Society - Tibetan antelopes, also known as chiru, once grazed in magnificent herds of up to thousands of individuals in the high mountain steppes and semi-desert areas of the Tibetan Plateau. This windswept region includes China’s provinces of Qinghai and Xinjiang and Tibet Autonomous Region as well as a small part of northern India.

Tibetan Antelope - Wildlife Conservation Society - Tibetan antelopes, also known as chiru, once grazed in magnificent herds of up to thousands of individuals in the high mountain steppes and semi-desert areas of the Tibetan Plateau. This windswept region includes China’s provinces of Qinghai and Xinjiang and Tibet Autonomous Region as well as a small part of northern India.

Wildlife conservation in India, safeguarding the future | The Planet D: Adventure Travel Blog

Wildlife conservation in India, safeguarding the future

Wildlife conservation in India, safeguarding the future | The Planet D: Adventure Travel Blog

A Bengal tiger, pictured in India

Bangladesh police kill six alleged tiger poachers

A Bengal tiger, pictured in India

tropical wildlife | Wildlife Threats | Wildlife Conservation Efforts in India

tropical wildlife | Wildlife Threats | Wildlife Conservation Efforts in India

#bison #conservation | Victory for Wild Bison in Montana! - Defenders of Wildlife Blog

#bison #conservation | Victory for Wild Bison in Montana! - Defenders of Wildlife Blog

Wading Pool by Toby Sinclair Species: Tiger | Location: Kanha National Park & Tiger Reserve, India  Kanha National Park in India was once a hunting ground for imperial rulers, but today is one of India’s most important conservation reserves. We encountered this tiger at the Banjaar River on the southwestern edge of the park.  Learn what WWF is doing to help protect the tiger.

Wading Pool by Toby Sinclair Species: Tiger | Location: Kanha National Park & Tiger Reserve, India Kanha National Park in India was once a hunting ground for imperial rulers, but today is one of India’s most important conservation reserves. We encountered this tiger at the Banjaar River on the southwestern edge of the park. Learn what WWF is doing to help protect the tiger.

Biotechnology Careers in India: How to become a biotechnologist #pharmaceutical #healthcare #companies http://pharma.remmont.com/biotechnology-careers-in-india-how-to-become-a-biotechnologist-pharmaceutical-healthcare-companies/  #biotechnology careers # Biotechnology. Introduction Bio-Technology is a research oriented science, a combination of Biology and Technology. It covers a wide variety of subjects like Genetics, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Immunology, Virology, Chemistry and…

Biotechnology Careers in India: How to become a biotechnologist #pharmaceutical #healthcare #companies http://pharma.remmont.com/biotechnology-careers-in-india-how-to-become-a-biotechnologist-pharmaceutical-healthcare-companies/ #biotechnology careers # Biotechnology. Introduction Bio-Technology is a research oriented science, a combination of Biology and Technology. It covers a wide variety of subjects like Genetics, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Immunology, Virology, Chemistry and…

Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute Studies Prove Habitat Fragmentation Affects Gene Flow in India’s Leopard and Tiger Populations Photo Credit: Sandeep Sharma and Trishna Dutta, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute

Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute Studies Prove Habitat Fragmentation Affects Gene Flow in India’s Leopard and Tiger Populations Photo Credit: Sandeep Sharma and Trishna Dutta, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute

Tigers Make a Comeback: Something to Roar About.  Good news for a change!

Tigers Make a Comeback: Something to Roar About. Good news for a change!

Go beyond Bollywood and Buddhism    http://www.hindustantimes.com/News-Feed/ColumnsOthers/Go-beyond-Bollywood-and-Buddhism/Article1-980731.aspx

Go beyond Bollywood and Buddhism http://www.hindustantimes.com/News-Feed/ColumnsOthers/Go-beyond-Bollywood-and-Buddhism/Article1-980731.aspx

Another rhinoceros subspecies gone forever: The IUCN has confirmed that the Western black rhino (Diceros bicornis longipes) is indeed extinct. Now, a permit to hunt a black rhino in Namibia sold for $350,000 at an auction in Dallas with proceeds going to protect the endangered animals (isn't that bizarre?). Protesters from animal rights groups say the sale is immoral conservation (but there isn't any value in morality among Libertarians, is there? It's about SELF.)

Another rhinoceros subspecies gone forever: The IUCN has confirmed that the Western black rhino (Diceros bicornis longipes) is indeed extinct. Now, a permit to hunt a black rhino in Namibia sold for $350,000 at an auction in Dallas with proceeds going to protect the endangered animals (isn't that bizarre?). Protesters from animal rights groups say the sale is immoral conservation (but there isn't any value in morality among Libertarians, is there? It's about SELF.)

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