A tigress rests with her cub in India's Bandhavgarh National Park. Steve Winter who took the photo said "This is one of those moments in my career where I checked the back of my camera and cried," PHOTO BY Steve Winter NatGeo Wildlife + Conservation Photojournalist https://www.instagram.com/stevewinterphoto/
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Why are all the lions dying at India's Lion Safari breeding program?
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A new study led by Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)-India scientist Vidya Athreaya finds that certain landscapes of western India completely devoid of wilderness and with high human populations are crawling with a different kind of backyard wildlife: leopards. Camera traps set up at night in a densely populated region of India virtually devoid of wilderness revealed leopards, striped hyenas, jackals -- and lots of people.
This #GlobalTigerDay 🐯❤️🌎, join the #ProjectCAT fight to support a worldwide effort to double the number of tigers in the wild by 2022. By conserving nearly a million acres of protected land on the border of India and Bhutan, this collaboration aims to ensure a healthy habitat for future generations of tigers. 👉 discovery.com/projectCAT . . . . . . . . . . #tiger #savetigers #conservation #internationaltigerday #protecttigers #wwf #iprotecttigers #animals #wildlife #wildtiger #awareness…
TWO new villages, In Daung and Shein Ma Kar villages, will be added to the Community Based Ecotourism in the Ayeyarwady Dolphin Protected Area (ADPA) in Mandalay region. Previously, there were six villages in ADPA, but now there will be eight, said project manager U Kyaw Hla Thein from the Wildlife Conservation Society.
Villagers are knitting jumpers for elephants to protect them from near-freezing temperatures
Elephants in India are sporting colourful woollen jumpers after villagers knitted the super-size garments to protect the animals from near-freezing temperatures. Women in a village near the Wildlife SOS Elephant Conservation and Care Centre in the northern city of Mathura reportedly began producing the colourful, pyjama-like garments after staff at the centre warned temperatures were approaching sub-zero at night.
The mistake made by our leaders is that they intrinsically believe that India has to first get rich then protect the environment.
New article up on JOTTINGS!! -- (WILD) LIFE ON THE MOVE: SYNTHESIS OF NEW DISTRIBUTION RECORDS FROM INDIA PUBLISHED IN JoTT TILL DATE FOR THE YEAR 2017 http://threatenedtaxa.org/wordpress/?p=225 _Jottings is a science communication platform of the Journal of Threatened Taxa_ This #infographic was made on Piktochart.com by me. #scicomm #science #biodiversity #wildlife #conservation #newdistributionrecords #synthesis #onthemove #Jothings