Yesterday the Bangalore Police arrested 2 poachers with tiger bones and parts of other animals. One of the accused has told the police that the tiger was poached in Dubare Reserve Forest. The forest officials are also suspecting the bones to be from Dubare or Nagarhole in Coorg. The poachers have been arrested and a case filed in the Bharatinagar Police Station. Read MoreRead More...
The continuous deforestation of habitat in Coorg is also taking its toll on the wildlife and environment in Coorg.
I hope and pray that the People of Coorg do not behave in the same way these excited people in Mathura did with the unfortunate National Animal of India……..
They think the Tiger is a rabid animal. Kata..Kata..hahaha . Let us in Coorg not relate to them. Read More
It is no secret that Nagarhole National Park is bearing the brunt of illegal encroachments across its buffer zone. Here is a NDTV report on how illegal encroachments and tourism in the buffer zone of the Corbett National Park is spelling doom for Tiger conservation. Something that our state government and local bodies can stop from happening in National parks and wildlife reserves of Coorg. Read MoreRead More...
Elephant Census in Coorg forest reserves will be launched on May 15. The last census was done 5 years ago in 2005.
The Times of India had earlier reported on the man-animal conflict in Coorg. The shirking wildlife habitat is pushing the elephants out of the forests into neighboring plantations. Read More
In a high level meeting of Ministry of Forests and Environment on 2nd April, castrating the elephants was one of the solution discussed for the ever increasing Man-Elephant conflict in districts like Coorg, Hassan, and other districts of Karnataka.
Ever increasing human population and illegal settlements near forest areas has escalated the Man-Elephant conflict in districts like Coorg. Read More