Safe Corridors for Tigers in Ranthambore National Park

Government has approved the proposal of establishing corridors for connecting all the wild life sanctuaries and forest reserve of Rajasthan including Ram Sagar, Van Vihar, Kesarbagh,

Wildest India: A Series on India's Wilderness

Discovery Channel, the leading broad casters of documentaries will soon be airing a 5 part series exclusively for India's wilderness.

Mansoon breading season ends | Gir National Park to reopens on 18th Oct.


After Gir National Park in Gujarat, it is the turn of Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand to re-open to visitors after the monsoon break.

Kaziranga reopens on November 1


Kaziranga National Park will have a lot more to offer tourists once it reopens on November 1.

Conservation of Ganges dolphin


Millions of Indians along the banks of the 2,500 km (1,550 mile)-long Ganges depend on the river, but unchecked levels of agricultural, industrial and domestic waste have poured in over the past decades, threatening the wildlife.

Andy Rouse tigress photo wins wildlife award

A rare head-on image of a tigress stalking her prey has won a wildlife photographer based in Wales an international photography prize.

Buffer Zone for tiger reserves in India


The Indian government has given its nod for creating buffer zones around Pench and Melghat tiger reserves in Maharashtra. The Pench tiger reserve in Nagpur district, which has a core area of 275 sq km has been equipped with a 500 km buffer zone. While the Melghat tiger reserve which has a total area of 2,300 sq km has been granted 1,268 km buffer zone.

Greater Manas Tiger Reserve


Oct. 24: Forest officials of Manas National Park of both India and Bhutan will go ahead with tiger estimation in both countries simultaneously for the first time.

Kaziranga to extend its boundaries

The Assam government is set to complete the legal process for extension of the Kaziranga National Park