Two Poachers Arrested in Bangalore with Tiger bones from Dubare

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 More

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Let’s never behave like this………

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

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Police Sleuths recover tiger pelt

Sleuths of the police Forest  c.i.d. cell posing as potential buyers  arrested two dealers in illegal animal parts, and recovered a tiger pelt. The incident  occurred  near the Nalaknad palace, near Yuvakapadi in Napokulu.The policemen in civvies under the guidance of the Forest cell ci.d. S.P. Krishnamurthy, lured the sellers out and were successful in arresting M.Raghu and K. Read More

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Lessons we can learn from the Corbett encroachments.

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 More

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