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Young orphaned orangutans on a climbing expedition with their keeper at International Animal Rescue’s orangutan school in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Credit Kemal Jufri for The New York Times
10 months 1 week ago

In early 2015, scientists monitoring satellite images at Global Forest Watch raised the alarm about the destruction of rain forests in Indonesia. Environmental groups raced to the scene in West Kalimantan...

Culling wild animals isn't part of the Indian ethos – we can do better to avoid conflict
10 months 1 week ago

Policy decisions in wildlife are rarely rooted in science and are often a result of political processes. In countries like Norway and North America, with their high quality and quantity of wildlife science,...

10 months 1 week ago

Assam forest department is taking the help of an Army drone to track the route of a tiger which created panic Tezpur in Sonitpur district. The Misamari Army base used the drone to find out the probable location of the tiger which was missing...

A village where men, elephants coexist peacefully
10 months 1 week ago

Even as the man-elephant conflict rages across the State, a village near the Bhutiachang tea estate in Udalguri district has shown that it is not quite impossible to maintain a ‘peaceful coexistence’ with elephants. The No.

The man who knew winter was coming: environmentalist Bittu Sahgal and the journey of ‘Sanctuary Asia’
10 months 1 week ago

We are because of nature, nature isn’t because of us. We currently live with a false sense of superiority over it, as we desecrate ecosystems with merciless urbanisation and crooked production practices.

Village women pray by the carcass of a wild Asiatic male elephant at Amgaon in Assam. (AP Photo/ Representative image)
9 months 2 weeks ago

Three wild elephants, including two pregnant females, were killed by a speeding train in Assam early on Monday, officials said.

Balipara Foundation team with the ladies of Garo Gaon
5 months 3 weeks ago

On 4th of December 2016, Mr. Ranjit Barthakur along with the BTFF team members experienced a village life of three tribal communities which are Garo, Nissi, and Bodo tribe.

Dr Tirtha Bahadur Shrestha was given the Balipara Foundation Lifetime Service Award for his inimitable conservation work in the Eastern Himalayas, he calls ‘the abode of biodiversity’
10 months 1 week ago

Dr. Tirtha was acknowledged by Balipara Foundation with Life Time Achievement Award, 2016

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