Dudhwa National Park authorities
today nabbed yet another poacher, who was allegedly involved
in the killing of a tiger, from Sidhauli area of Sitapur
The delay in relocation of a village
located in the Dudhwa National Park in Uttar Pradesh is
causing worry to conservationists who believe that it will
further endanger the Indian tiger.
A 13-year-old girl was
attacked and injured by a tiger which strayed into Sumernagar
area in close vicinity of Dudhwa National Park, forest
officials said here on Tuesday.
Over a dozen tigers have strayed into human settlements near the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve and Kheri forest divisions, prompting forest officials
to devise a multi-pronged strategy involving villagers to check man-animal conflict.
In a good news for wildlife
enthusiasts concerned over dwindling big cat population in the
country, at least 15 tiger cubs have been sighted in the
Dudhwa Tiger Reserve in Uttar Pradesh, officials said.
After tiger census using camera
trapping method ran into controversy in 2007, a four-tier
strategy to count tiger through Minimal Rough Estimate(MRE) in
Dudhwa Tiger Reserve(DTR) will commence in December.
Tigers have no place to hide in Dudhwa National Park. With trains and buses plying through the sanctuary, poachers move around easily to pick their targets.Sep 27, 2009, 15:28 PM IST