National Tiger Conservation Authority

Tech to track tigers, but where is the network?  

There is no network available in most of the forest patches, so the requirement to feed information on real-time basis cannot be met. 

published on : 24th January 2022

Tiger census begins at Odisha's Similipal reserve

Around 13 assistant conservators of forest along with 21 rangers, 209 forest guards and 380 protest assistants have been engaged for the survey in the first phase which will continue for seven days.

published on : 27th November 2021

Tigress found dead in MP's Panna reserve

Forest personnel spotted the carcass of the feline named P-213 (63), aged around 3 years old, in Amanganj buffer zone around 1 pm, aforest official said.

published on : 10th November 2021

Forest officials forged docs, violated laws for illegal construction in Corbett: NTCA committee

The National Tiger Conservation Authority committee has also recommended initiating action against state forest officials including vigilance inquiry. 

published on : 23rd October 2021

Tourism suspended in critical tiger habitat of Uttarakhand's Rajaji reserve

This unsustainable use of Rajaji Tiger Reserve landscape was not only capable of damaging the whole ecology of the reserve but would also cause harm to the pristine biodiversity of the national park.

published on : 10th October 2021

NTCA orders suspension of tourism in core habitat of Rajaji Tiger Reserve

The NTCA acted upon a legal notice that stated that the unsustainable use of the Rajaji Tiger Reserve landscape will damage the ecology of the Tiger Reserve.

published on : 7th October 2021

Reserves across India to have their own schedule to conduct tiger census 

To ensure that the census is unhindered, the department is also thinking of restricting safaris during the durations when the line transect and field surveys are being done.

published on : 22nd September 2021

Madhya Pradesh to auction filming right of cheetahs in the wild

If things go according to plans, Madhya Pradesh will receive five male and three female cheetahs from South Africa around November.

published on : 3rd September 2021

NTCA seeks 'factual report' over alleged illegal construction in Corbett

The National Tiger Conservation Authority asked the forest department to submit the report after a legal notice was sent by a lawyer.

published on : 20th August 2021

Tiger census to expand to 20 forests this year

Odisha is gearing up for the next big cat census in the State and this time, more forests will be covered.

published on : 21st July 2021

With hopes of better life, tribals to shift out of forests in Karnataka's Male Mahadeshwara Hills

After nearly two years of persuasion, tribal families and villagers staying inside the core forest areas of Male Mahadeshwara Hills (MM Hills) Wildlife Sanctuary have agreed to move out.

published on : 28th June 2021