The Forest Department started a narrative that the elephants died of lightning, even before any investigations were underway
Parliament should amend the Arms Act to empower our forest guards to use assault rifles in the fight against rhino poaching
Continued apathy towards local empowerment - the undeniable facts leading to the evolution from forest guards to rhino poachers
The Government finally succumbed to the pressure of the Dehing Patkai rainforest movement & notified 111.19 sq km as WLS in 2004.
Responsible Tourism in Kaziranga - the Do's & Don'ts Responsible Tourism is tourism which is sustainable, efficiently uses locally available raw materials, contributes to the local community, Though tourism contributes a great deal to the economy of an area, the effects of mass tourism can nullify all those positives in no time. This is especially pertinent to ecologically fragile areas, and Kaziranga is one of the most fragile ecosystems in the world. Hence it is the duty of all to…
The best time to visit Kaziranga for tourists is from November to April. However, monsoons offer some exciting prospects too.
Rhino conservation can be sustainable only if the local community is empowered to play an integral part in the conservation of the species.
Jeep Safari in Kaziranga comes with the services of the jeep driver. Their experience and expertise is an asset during the safari.
Boat safari in Kaziranga reveals the secret to its origin - the role of the Brahmaputra in shaping this magnificent bio-diversity.
Elephant safari in Kaziranga may be the most thrilling experience for some people. But there is a greater ethical issue involved with it.