Indonesia is the fourth largest country in the world in terms of population and it is made up of more than 17,000 islands.
Crop-raiding and property damage can result in negative attitudes towards elephant conservation and retaliatory killings of elephants.
The apocalypse is very near, but the neat thing about insects is, we all can do our bit to save them. by planting flowers and trees.
The issue of wildlife conservation and protection is no doubt a major concern and needs to be addressed urgently.
Chat on 18th May 2007 Log in to IndianWildlifeclub.com for an online chat on “Role of Captive Elephants in Wildlife Conservation” between 7.30 PM (IST) and 8.30 PM (IST)* on 18th May 2007. The chat will be moderated by Dr.P.S Easa, who is the Director-Conservation at the Wildlife Trust of India. Click Here […]
Published: HT May 9, 2007 (Page 3) Source: epaper.hindustantimes.com Watchout for updates on the Biodiversity Assessment Project. Previously on DelhiGreens: “Ped to sab sookhe hue hain” (The trees are all dry-dead). Really? DelhiGreens investigates
Build a Tiger Online – Upload your photo to Stop Tiger Trade Dead baby tiger tied to pole, Indonesia © WWF-Indonesia Thirty tiger conservation groups have come together to launch a worldwide campaign to collect supporters’ pictures online to create the world’s largest photo mosaic of a tiger. The […]
Tiger- the death chronicles 63min/English/2007 Premiere Screening in India International Centre Auditorium, Delhi at 6.30 PM on 3rd May 2007. The film is presented, written and directed by Krishnendu Bose. Tiger, the symbol of India. One of the most charismatic animals to walk the face of the earth. Faces it’s most […]
As the population of butterflies is depleting, the colourful pollinators have quietly made a corner of the city their regular hub.