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Royal sightings with a difference   

Muthukumar K, The Hindu Business Line
Chennai
20 Mar 2017

The couple at Skay’s Camp bring their rich knowledge of Bandhavgarh tigers to the table
The couple at Skay’s Camp bring their rich knowledge of Bandhavgarh tigers to the table



The couple at Skay’s Camp bring their rich knowledge of Bandhavgarh tigers to the table

On New Year’s Eve, an American family came to stay at the Skay’s Camp Lodge near Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh.

Their objective: to spot Royal Bengal tigers. They set out on a six-seater open Gypsy to the Khitauli zone of the reserve, along with Satyendra Kumar Tiwari, owner of Skay’s Ca...

Leopards are no strangers, or danger, in these villages   

N Shiva Kumar, Business Line
New Delhi
11 Mar 2017

Humans and the big cat live in friendly proximity in Rajasthan’s Pali district

The twilight lit up the dappled pelt of a female leopard. The golden glow was enhanced as she performed a catwalk atop a rocky outcrop of Jagtala hillock for eager tourists, photographers and wildlife researchers. Simultaneously, at the base of the hillock, a Rabari goatherd walked his flock back to his village witho...

Royal Bengal Tigers to roar in HP   

Archana Phull | Shimla , The Statesman
Shimla
8 Mar 2017

PHOTO: Getty Images
PHOTO: Getty Images

Once known for the Lion Safari, the Renuka Wildlife Sanctuary in Himachal Pradesh (HP) will be house to a pair of Royal Bengal Tigers from Delhi, for the first time.

In exchange, the wildlife wing of the state government will send three leopards, which are found in abundance in the jungles in HP, to the Delhi zoo. There are no lions left in the Renuka Wildlife sanctuary in Sirmour district as t...

21 tigers dead in just 65 days. 2017 could well be a very bad year for India`s tigers   

Ranjeet Jadhav, Mid Day
Mumbai
8 Mar 2017

The big cat`s future looks grim. As per data compiled by the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA), a statutory body under the ministry of environment and forests, and uploaded on Tigernet -- the NTCA`s official database that serves as a directory of tigers and other wildlife mortality -- the country lost 21 Royal Bengal tigers in the first 65 days of this year.

Contrast that with 19 dea...

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