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Habitat mapping of monocled cobra and snakebite management in Sonitpur district

Balipara Foundation team conducting community based conservation and snakebite management through various awareness programs.

The project emphasizes on community based conservation and snakebite management through various awareness programs. Additionally, scientific inputs including phylogenetic study of the monocled cobra (Naja kaouthia) and others species are also associated following proper channels.

Endangered Asian Elephants

Endangered Asian Elephants
Endangered Asian Elephants

Can organised cultivation and plantations co-exists with Wild Elephants?

Can organised cultivation and plantations co-exists with Wild Elephants?
Can organised cultivation and plantations co-exists with Wild Elephants?

A herd of wild elephants attack and threaten a tea garden in Assam, India. The labourers get terrified and flee, stopping all tea harvesting and management work. Forest department personnel and the tea garden managers and their team use rifles to shoot in the air, in an attempt to frighten the elephants away, but in vain.

Royal Bengal Tigress Spotted in Nagaland for 1st Time, Shot Dead

Royal Bengal Tigress Spotted in Nagaland for 1st Time, Shot Dead A Royal Bengal tigress was hunted down in Nagaland where there is no official record of the animal’s sighting ever before.The tigress was hunted down in Medziphema village, some 30 km away from the state’s commercial hub Dimapur, on Monday.

Asian Elephant - Threats and Mitigation

Encyclopedia for Asian Elephant Series 5 - Here we address the most pressing issues regarding the threats that asian elephant faces and we attempt to compile various work of the experts that are trying to resolve some of these threats.

Asian Elephant - Man : Elephant Relations

Encyclopedia for Asian Elephant Series 4 - Compiles the relation of man with elephant and how it has changed over history - be it culture, religion, war, entertainment, or just work.

The 19 families of Ram Terang village, an elephant corridor

Man and beast can co-exist and in the constant war between humans and nature, a small village in Assam has shown all of us the way.

Ram Terang is a small village located  in Karbi Anglong, en route to the famous Kaziranga National Park. It is also home to 19 tribal families consisting of about 100 people. Located in the middle of a natural corridor used by elephants to travel between Kalapahar and Daigrung-Nambor Wildlife Sanctuary, the village was suffering the wrath of the animals and the animals at risk of human’s reaction.

The Challenge of Poaching: co-existence of Kaziranga Park and the effiency of Tea Plantation

 The Challenge of Poaching: co-existence of Kaziranga Park and the effiency of Tea Plantation
The Challenge of Poaching: co-existence of Kaziranga Park and the effiency of Tea Plantation

This video is about the challenge faced by the world's largest rhino park, that has been a World Heritage site since 1985, and the largest Indian organic tea plantation. As the tea brands search for global competitiveness, parks require more protection against poaching. Is there a chance to change the model and have both co-exist, generating jobs while ensuring that Nature maintains is evolutionary park while strengthening the resilience of both?

An initiative by Sanctuary Asia, APPL, Blue Economy, Sanctuary Asia, Hathikuli Organic

 

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