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Wildlife conservation in India.

Wildlife conservation in India.

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Published by Library of Congress Office, Library of Congress Photoduplication Service in New Delhi, Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Wildlife conservation -- India.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesSouth Asia ephemera collection., I-CLR-263.2
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 97/60383 (S)
      The Physical Object
      FormatMicroform
      Pagination8 microfiches.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL324957M
      LC Control Number97905853

      Wildlife utilization in the tropics is massive, with nearly five million tons of bush-meat consumed by local communities. In India, a megadiversity nation, hunting though illegal is widespread.   In the context of wildlife conservation, a small section of the population understands the answers to these questions. But there is a large percentage of this country which is not even aware of what biodiversity lives in our backyards,” says Amoghvarsha JS, in a conversation with The Better India. Book your tickets now. Click here to book.

      Wildlife Of India. Har-Anand User Review - Flag as inappropriate. really liked the book. it helps in projects. Selected pages. Title Page. Table of Contents. Contents. Introduction. 4: Animals in Indian Forests. Avifauna in India. Wildlife Conservation. Dudhwa National Park. Keoladeo Ghana National Park. Gir 4/5(1).   Indian wildlife has been neglected and if India is to save its vanishing heritage, active endeavours are essential for conserving the Indian forests. Laws exist to protect the wildlife from slaughter and to regulate hunting, but unfortunately, the legal measures do not fully serve the desired purpose. The destruction deplorably continues, at times, at an alarming : Gunavant M. Oza, Premlata G. Oza.

      Additional Physical Format: Online version: Monga, Sunjoy. Wildlife reserves of India. Mumbai: India Book House, © (OCoLC) Document Type. Loss of livestock or human life sometimes leads to retaliation against wildlife and conservation measures. Due to an increase in the wild herbivore populations around Protected Areas, frequent crop raiding incidents have also been noticed and result in intense human-wildlife conflict. Fragmentation of .


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InRudyard Kipling’s famous collection of stories got published and the rest is history. Kipling’s incisive eyes and 6 years of hard work not only created a composition that excited kids but indirectly boasts the rich wildlife in India.

George Schaller wrote about conservation of tigers in India. As ofthere are protected areas including National Parks, Wildlife Sanctuaries, 88 Conservation Reserves and Community Reserves covering a total of 1,65, km2 of geographical area which is.

a good book which shows thet true state of affairs regarding wild life in India, a very different approach unlike most books on wildlife. some of the points in the book /5(3). The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Wildlife Conservation in India: 1: Road To Nowhere by Harbhajan Singh Pabla at Barnes & Noble.

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As an animal lover, I like thinking that animals are smarter than we give them credit for. This Wildlife book gives you some great examples of intelligent animals that will have you reconsidering everything you know.

This is a. The book also contains a simple, detailed chart with classification of various wildlife offences as Cognizable, Non-Cognizable, Bailable and Non-Bailable. Apart from Forest Officers, this book will be of interest to other Enforcement Officers with jurisdiction on Wildlife Offences.

Poaching. Poaching for illegal wildlife trading is a major threat to certain species, particularly endangered ones whose status makes them economically valuable. Such species include many large mammals like African elephants, tigers, and rhinoceros. [traded for their tusks, skins, and horns respectively].

Less well-known targets of poaching include the harvest of protected plants and animals. WCS - INDIA The Wildlife Conservation Society – India works to conserve wildlife, backed by science.

We work in partnership with the government and many dedicated local organizations to deal with conservation challenges like human wildlife interactions, voluntary relocation of people from the forests, tourism in protected areas, and so on. Environmental Conservation in India -- Online Infobase.

The Department of Environment and Forests was created in the Central Government, which subsequently became the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) by the MoEF is a focal point and a nodal agency in the administrative structure for planning, promotion and implementation of environment, conservation and forestry-related.

Wildlife Conservation Society-India, Bangalore, India. 10, likes talking about this 11 were here. WCS India works for conservation of wildlife and wild places by applying rigorous science /5(24). Wildlife Conservation in India India is the seventh largest country in the world and Asia’s second largest nation with an area of 3, km2, a national border of 15, km, and a coastline of km.

For administrative purposes, India is divided into 28 states and union territories and File Size: KB. India's Wildlife History bridges the country's ecological past and present in a simple style that goes beyond a mere stating of facts. It analyses how wildlife has been protected and exploited since ancient times, talks of the people who have played an important role, discusses forest communities and the various aspects of wildlife conservation.

Saving nature is at the very heart of what we do as WWF. For nearly 60 years, we have made it our mission to find solutions that save the marvelous array of life on our planet by applying the best science available and working closely with local communities.

But our work is far from done. Humans are behind the current rate of species extinction, which is at least –1, times higher than. Conservation in national parks and reserves Community conservation outside national parks and reserves International conservation Summary 19 Wildlife harvesting Introduction Fixed quota harvesting strategy Fixed proportion harvesting strategy Fixed escapement harvesting.

Kartick’s current focus is the mitigation of human-wildlife conflict in India through a series of workshops in bear habitat communities.

Educating people about how to avoid animal conflict while fostering an appreciation for wildlife will save human and animal lives and enhance conservation of.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wildlife in India. Dehra Dun: Natraj, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Founded on 16th November with an aim to conserve wildlife, WTI with its four members on Board and three employees has since grown to one of India’s best conservation organisations with over staff and a Governing Board of 10 trustees.

The National Wildlife Federation is working to defend the century-old Migratory Bird Treaty Act and to pass the bipartisan Recovering America’s Wildlife Act, which would fund state-led efforts to proactively help at-risk wildlife identified by State Wildlife Action Plans.

In the coming years, the National Wildlife Federation will reinvigorate. ROAD TO NOWHERE. The first of the trilogy of “WILDLIFE CONSERVATION IN INDIA”. Dr. H.S. Pabla is a senior forest officer now retired.

His book is about the dilemma of the wild life of India and its management with decision making very convoluted and bound with red tape/5(15).Many of these careers have higher education requirements, so early preparation is important.

Below is a list of popular careers in wildlife conservation. Wildlife Manager Maintains or manipulates wildlife populations, habitats, or human users to produce benefits for wildlife and the general public. This book is a call to decentralise wildlife management in the country.

Former Chief Wild Life Warden of Madhya Pradesh, provides an insider’s account of how Central agencies put road blocks in the ways of the states interested in proactive conservation action.

The book shows that without dogged pursuit, and some madness, nothing worthwhile can be done to conserve wildlife in India.