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Lions outside Gir get radio collars #News #LoveForFauna #India

The Wildlife Institute of India with the sanction of Gujarat’s forest department has radio-collared some lionesses which live outside Gir sanctuary to track their movements and behaviour. 246 more words

Anshoo Nandwani

Tiger census from Jan. 18

Tiger census will be undertaken from January 18 in Andhra Pradesh. An estimated 4,000 volunteers and forest staff will be engaged for the study being undertaken under the supervision of the… 156 more words


Tracking the Tiger: India's Conservation Fat Cat

  In mid-November, we visited India’s first National Park, named for British hunter-turned conservationist, Jim Corbett.  The park was established near Corbett’s Indian home, in prime tiger country.  1,255 more words


Book Review: Field Days, by A.J.T. Johnsingh

Field Days – A Naturalist’s Journey through South and Southeast Asia

by A.J.T. Johnsingh

Universities Press, 2006

I had spotted this little book in the library of the JLR K. 905 more words



For the Masters of Wildlife Science program at the Wildlife Institute of India, I just completed teaching a 3-week intensive series of lectures and labs.  The class met every day and the students were highly motivated; very enjoyable group to work with… 134 more words


Tigers and Pesticide

A reporter from Amar Ujala, the producers of the Hindi Daily newspaper, interviewed me last Saturday about my research plans and the Fulbright-Nehru grant.  The article came out in the Sunday edition of the paper which has quite widespread circulation in Northern India.  579 more words


Goodbye Monkeys

We moved out of the Wildlife Institute of India Guest House to our long-term home in a nice neighborhood a short distance away.  The new house is great but we will miss our constant companions at the Guest House, Rhesus Macaques, Old World monkeys that are commensal with humans here.    131 more words