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WCS-India: CWT Newsletter (February 2021)

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WCS-India: CWT Newsletter (February 2021)
(March 08, 2021)   Counter Wildlife Trafficking Newsletter February 2021        News Scan (1-28 February)   Redsanders logs seized | 2 February 2021   The Andhra Pradesh State Redsanders Anti-smuggling Task Force teams seized redsanders logs  and three cars, and nabbed six persons after a long chase from Chandragiri near Tirupati to Kolar in Karnataka. Read more   Nine fined ₹9.25 lakh for poaching deer | 2 February 2...

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WCS-India: CWT Newsletter (January 2021)

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WCS-India: CWT Newsletter (January 2021)
(February 17, 2021) Counter Wildlife Trafficking Newsletter January 2021         News Scan (January 1-31)   Digapahandi forest officials seize 175 kg of tension, deer hide from auto-rickshaw | 1 January 2021   Forest officials of Digapahandi division have arrested the owner of an auto-rickshaw after venison weighing 175 kg and its hide was found inside the vehicle. Read more       Three poachers held in Bhitarkanika ...

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WCS-India: CWT Newsletter (December 2020)

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WCS-India: CWT Newsletter (December 2020)
(January 18, 2021) Counter Wildlife Trafficking Newsletter December 2020     News Scan (December 1-31) Five poachers held with live pangolin | 1 December 2020 A combined team of Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB) and Shahdol Forest Division nabbed five poachers and rescued a live pangolin from them. The pangolin species is protected under Schedule-I of Wildlife Protection Act 1972.  Read more   UP Police arrests 3 poachers, seizes 100 kg of boar meat | 1 Dec...

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WCS-India: CWT Newsletter (November 2020)

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WCS-India: CWT Newsletter (November 2020)
(December 07, 2020)   Counter Wildlife Trafficking Newsletter November 2020   Updates from WCS-India State Forest Training Institute, Walayar, Kerala and WCS-India organised a two-day online training on 17th and 18th November for 49 Beat Forest Officers. The training focussed on capacity building of the trainees to detect, investigate and prosecute wildlife offenders. The training began with the inaugural address by Ms. R. Keerthi, Director, SFTI, Walayar, Kerala. Read more ...

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