War and armed civil strife are a cause of widespread human suffering. But armed conflicts also pose a significant but under-recognised threat to thousands of mammal and bird species, according to a new study published in the journal, Conservation Letters.
Today human-wildlife conflict is an issue that has gained a lot of importance globally and nationally. While it negatively affects both humans and wildlife, many of the latter are endangered and threatened.
Angria Bank is a shallow sunken atoll situated 105 km off the coast of Maharashtra. The region supports a rich diversity of corals, algae, fish and marine megafauna, and therefore serves as an ideal site at which to initiate our efforts.
Counter Wildlife Trafficking program aims to build capacity among mandated agencies to detect, identify, investigate, arrest, prosecute, and convict criminal organizations that perpetrate wildlife trafficking.
This film is a glimpse into the lives of people who are leading a better socio-economic life after voluntary relocation from the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary. These forest-dwellers did not have access to basic necessities of life such as education, health care and infrastructure like roads. These voluntarily relocated people speak for themselves and share their experiences with us. Post the voluntary relocation project, while people are leading a better life with access to better livelihood, wildlife has been thriving inside the sanctuary, which is depicted in this film.
Photo Copyrights: Vardhan Patankar, Muthanna P M, Prakash Matada, Mahendra Jain, Amith Bangre, Kalyan Varma, Ramki Sreenivasan, Shialendra Singh, PV Seetaram