The report provides an overview of tiger monitoring studies undertaken in Valmiki Tiger Reserve (TX2 site) using intensive camera trapping and line transect and tiger & prey population estimates. The study
Judgement of the National Green Tribunal regarding mining activity and construction within the Valmiki National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary, West Champaran district, Bihar, 18/02/2016
<p><img alt="" src="http://cdn.downtoearth.org.in/dte/userfiles/images/20140531_p15(1).jpg" style="width: 280px; height: 210px; margin: 14px; float: left;" />The state of Bihar would not permit any mining
Tigers of the trans-boundary Terai Arc Landscape: status, distribution and movement in the Terai of India and Nepal
While the conservation of tigers is emphasized in protected areas throughout their range countries, the species continues to be distributed in forests of varying protection status, and in habitats that
Reliable estimates of status and population trends are critical for the conservation of large terrestrial carnivores as they play an important role in evaluating effectiveness of conservation efforts and
Aarti Dhar NEW DELHI: Amid reports of decline in tiger population across the country, positive news has emerged from the once-neglected Valmiki Tiger Reserve in Bihar, along the India-Nepal border. At least eight cubs have been born in the reserve since 2005, including two new cubs whose sightings were reported earlier this month, according to the Wildlife Trust of India (WTI).