Protect Tigers in India

 
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  • Protect Tigers in India posted a progress report
    An App that helps report Wildlife Crime in India
    By - Jose Louies - Reg Head-South India; Project Lead Enforcement&Law
    WTI, with the support of Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB), has developed an Android based smartphone Wildlife Crime Control App (WccA) wherein users can report wildlife crimes from anywhere across the country using their phones!  The WCCB is a statutory multi-disciplinary body established by the Government of India...
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  • Protect Tigers in India posted a progress report
    Why you should never geo-tag your wildlife photos
    By - Shaleen Attre - Project Officer, Awareness for Conservation
    We respect, encourage and celebrate wildlife photography. However, like any aspect with attached ethical obligations, wildlife photography also comes with its own set of norms and rules that one MUST obey to help save the very animals which are being ‘shot’. Resisting geo-tagging photographs is one such norm...
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  • Protect Tigers in India has received 6 donations
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  • Protect Tigers in India has received 5 donations
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  • Protect Tigers in India posted a progress report
    Otter skins Seized in North India
    By - Jose Louies - Reg Head-South India; Project Lead Enforcement&Law
    The Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB) and Special Investigation Unit (SIU) of the Himachal Pradesh Police, assisted by IFAW-WTI team, seized nine otter skins from a trader in the first week of June 2014 in the town of Baddi in Himachal Pradesh. One accused, Shivram, was arrested. It was later revealed that his father and...
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  • Protect Tigers in India has made updates to their project page.
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  • Protect Tigers in India posted a progress report
    Anti-snare patrolling in Meghamalai WLS
    By - Jose Louies - Reg Head-South India; Project Lead Enforcement&Law
    Meghamalai Wildlife Sanctuary in the Theni district of Tamil Nadu, adjacent to Periyar National Park in Kerala and Srivilliputhur Tiger Reserve  in Tamil Nadu, forms an important landscape for tigers. The total area spans 1800 sq km and with Periyar as a viable breeding ground, Meghamalai (soon to be included in...
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  • Protect Tigers in India posted a progress report
    Confessions of a Tiger Poacher - Part 2
    By - Jose Louies - Reg Head-South India; Project Lead Enforcement&Law
    Author’s Note:  The episode narrated below is based on a real incident. The location and some specifics of the occurrence have been withheld on request. “I was almost caught once but managed to escape. A police man had once apprehended me at a railway station and questioned me for quite some time but...
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  • Protect Tigers in India posted a progress report
    Confessions of a Tiger Poacher - Part 1
    By - Jose Louies - Reg Head-South India; Project Lead Enforcement&Law
    Author’s Note:  The episode narrated below is based on a real incident. The location and some specifics of the occurrence have been withheld on request. “It will take at least ten more minutes to reach the spot where the traps are hidden,” Dale Singh said to the forest guard. Fifteen kilometres inside...
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  • Protect Tigers in India has received 50 donations
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  • Protect Tigers in India posted a progress report
    Tiger Protection in South India
    By - Jose Louies - Head - Enforcement and Litigation Assistance, WTI
    The south Indian states of Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu have been reported as major sources of ivory and large cat skins, which are sold in the international market. Widespread poaching and illegal trade threaten the long term survival of predators as well as prey species in this region. There are reports of local...
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  • Protect Tigers in India has made updates to their project page.
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  • Protect Tigers in India posted a progress report
    Tigers - WANTED Dead or Alive?
    By - Jose Louies - Regional Head - South India, WTI
    Every year, countless animals lose their lives to snares and traps laid by poachers. Once caught in them, these silent killers condemn the animal to a slow painful death. Poachers prefer to use weapons like these rather than guns as they are cheap and quick to prepare and can be dismantled into component parts and...
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Leena Fernandez

Noida, Uttar Pradesh India

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