Bannerghatta

Four-month-old abandoned elephant calf finds shelter in Bannerghatta

BBP will soon welcome Hamadryas Baboons from Singapore Zoo. The first batch- two males and a female- will arrive from Mysuru Zoo and the second will come directly from Singapore zoo.

published on : 4th August 2022

Tigers not roaring with virility, Bannerghatta zoo near Bengaluru sees mating crisis

The zoo authority officials have a unique problem on hand, forcing them to consider exchanging tigers with other zoos of Karnataka and also bringing in some rescued ones.

published on : 18th July 2022

Wanted: New lion bloodline for zoo, safari in Bannerghatta Park

This is because of demand from visitors to see more lions on safaris and in zoos. 

published on : 14th July 2022

Nature trippin’ while camping around Bengaluru

More and more Bengalureans are taking to nature camps to break away from back to work and school life.

published on : 14th June 2022

With Bannerghatta assessment complete, tiger census ends in most Karnataka forests

The census exercise now remains to be held in Kali Tiger Reserve, and as per permission from the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA), it will be done in March. 

published on : 17th February 2022

Bannerghatta National Park may have three tigers

“The first reported sighting of a wild tiger here was in 2015. Since then, it has been a wandering male. But now in the camera traps, two more tigers have been sighted.

published on : 27th January 2022

Bannerghatta makes space for leopards 

A long-pending plan, and the first of its kind leopard safari, will soon come up on 50 acres at the Bannerghatta Biological Park.

published on : 10th January 2022

Safari at Bannerghatta will cost you more

After a gap of two years, the Bannerghatta Biological Park (BBP) management hiked safari rates, but did not change park entry rates.

published on : 30th December 2021

Zoos, rescue centres are like jails, not ideal for wild animals: Experts

Veterinarians point that as per protocol animals whose canines or claws are broken, severely injured, unable to hunt etc are captured and housed in rescue centres.

published on : 27th October 2021

Bannerghatta National Park faces threat of being swallowed by urban jungle

Apart from concrete structures, relentless quarrying along the edges of the reserve to feed the city’s demand is also posing a threat.

published on : 2nd September 2018

CRPF men deaths in Bannerghatta bring to the fore human encroachment of animal habitat

The government’s utter failure in protecting the single contiguous elephant landscape in the south and south-western parts of the state has resulted in yet another tragic incident of man-elephant conf

published on : 10th May 2017