Saturday, August 4, 2012

Anti-Tiger Reserve Project Agitation Committee staged a Dharna


A large number of people under the banner of Huli Samrakshana Yojane Virodhi Horata Samiti (Anti-Tiger Reserve Project Agitation Committee) staged a dharna in front of the taluk office in Mangalore on Friday demanding that the Union Government give up its plan to declare Kudremukh National Park (KNP) as a tiger reserve.Addressing the protesters, former MLA V. Sunil Kumar said that the State Government had made it clear to the Centre that it would not allow KNP to be declared as a tiger reserve. But the Union Government wanted to have a tiger reserve in KNP. Nearly 1,500 tribal families in KNP and 4,000 families living on its borders would be affected by the project. Many tribal people had been affected after the Kudremukh National Park came into existence in 1987.Though the State Government opposed inclusion of 10 sites in the Western Ghats for heritage tag from UNESCO, the Centre had an opposite view. Now it was arm-twisting the State Government over the tiger reserve issue. The Centre should rescind its proposal on the tiger reserve. “We will fight against the project till it is given up,” Mr. Kumar said.





Taken from : facebook.com/savethetigerindia

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Save The Tiger

Today an 11 years old male Tiger is found dead in FDCM's comp-504 near Junona /karava area in chandrapur District.The tiger is said to be killed in territorial fight between two male tigers.The teeth,nails look intact but the body is mostly decomposed .It might have been died 5 days before.The exact cause of death is not yet confirmed.the post mortem is going on now.Every monthe one tiger is dead or killed in chandrapur.We must save them....




Chandrapur : A decomposed body of an adult tiger was found in Karwa forest area under Junona Range, some 8 km from the city, this afternoon, officials said. The big cat probably died five days ago in a fight over the territory with another tiger, said Sanjay Thakre, Regional Manager, Forest Development Corporation of Maharashtra (North Chandrapur). During the spot inspection, forest officials found some pug-marks and bloodstains around 25 meters away from the body. "The tiger was a fully grown, 10 years old male, and the body parts including its canines, claws and other parts are intact. We have also found some deep injuries on its head, legs and ribs; the pug-marks of another tiger were found near the spot and they lead to Central Chandrapur Area. We are also going to launch search operation to locate the other tiger which also might have been injured in the fight," Thakre said

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Rs 10,000 reward for info on tiger poachers

Both agencies have sought information about the gang of poachers or any individual having involvement in poaching of tigers in Palasgaon range with the help of jaw traps. Any person giving information about poachers would get a prize of Rs 10,000 cash and his name will be kept secret, forest department and WPSI have assured.

Those having information can contact DCF P Kalyankumar (9890954572) and ACF Raju Dhabekar (9422820770) to give information to forest department. Similarly, WPSI's Central India director Nitin Desai (9422803037) can be contacted to reveal any information about poachers.



Friday, April 1, 2011

Save Tiger

In India only 1711 Tigers are left. As per Tiger is our National
Animal, we should care about them and say no to Tiger leathers.



Not only is tiger a beautiful animal but it is also the indicator of the forest's health. Saving the tiger means we save the forest since tiger cannot live in places where trees have vanished and in turn secure food and water for all. 

If we make sure tigers live, we have to make sure that deer, antelope and all other animals that the tiger eats (its prey base) live. To make sure that these herbivores live, we must make sure that all the trees, grass and other plants that these prey animals need for food are

protected. In this way, the whole forest gets saved! Saving the tiger means saving its entire forest kingdom with all the other animals in it.

Also forests catch and help store rainwater and protect soils. In this way we protect our rivers and recharge groundwater sources. Areas with less trees lead to floods, killing people and destroying homes. It takes away the precious soil, leaving behind a wasteland. The soil jams up our lakes and dams, reducing their ability to store water. By destroying the tiger's home, we not only harm tigers, but also ourselves.

The tiger thus becomes the symbol for the protection of all species on our earth since it is at the top of the foodchain. This is why we sometimes call the tiger, an apex predator, an indicator of our ecosystem's health.




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