Wildlife Institute of India

Royal Bengal Tiger skin seized Boudh district in Odisha, third in less than a month

Sources said acting on intel regarding smuggling of a big cat skin, the STF with the help of Boudh Forest Division staff formed a team to carry out raid near Saluki bridge.

published on : 5th January 2023

Three middlemen held with leopard hides in Odisha

Sources in STF said initial investigation suggested that the three arrested persons are middlemen.

published on : 17th October 2022

Dressed buffalo meat for cheetahs for first month

Once they were released into their respective quarantine enclosure they did have water from the water bodies which are replenished regularly, the DFO said.

published on : 18th September 2022

Expert panel to advise Odisha government on reviving tiger population 

The nine-member advisory committee is being headed by State’s Chief Wildlife Warden.

published on : 30th July 2022

Documenting Delhi’s winged residents

So this became a passion project,” shares Kumar, who regularly shuttles between Moti Nagar and the WWI headquarters, Dehradun. 

published on : 27th April 2022

Man-animal conflicts may rise as more tigers will roar in forest fringes: WII

Researchers say areas housing tigers may increase by another 5K-10K sqkm

published on : 21st April 2022

Wildlife Institute of India may help Delhi forest department in Asola sanctuary census

The study that started last July is the first ever wildlife census in the Asola sanctuary by the department, along with the Bombay Natural History Society.

published on : 15th March 2022

Sunderbans has a problem of too many tigers

The Sunderbans in West Bengal has more tigers than the mangrove delta can carry, the Wildlife Institute of India has told the state forest department in its preliminary report.

published on : 6th March 2022