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Ganapathy Seer on Bandipur Safari
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Ganapathy Seer on Bandipur Safari

Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji of Sri Avadhoota Datta Peetha, Mysuru, visited the Bandipur National Park yesterday and went on a safari. He was accompanied by some of his relatives from the US, Ashrama’s Executive Trustee H.V. Prasad and city’s Orthopaedic  Surgeon Dr. N. Nithyanand Rao. Three safari vehicles were arranged for the Sri Swamiji, his…

Single-tusked elephant from Kodagu brought to Bandipur
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Single-tusked elephant from Kodagu brought to Bandipur

Gundlupet: The single-tusked elephant, which had created havoc at Anekadu near Kushalnagar by destroying crops and posing danger to human lives, was caught by the staff of the Forest Department, who has brought it to Bandipur National Park. The elephant had destroyed crops and had also injured many people in Kushalnagar limits. Madikeri Division DFO…

Pre-monsoon rain smiles on drought-hit Bandipur
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Pre-monsoon rain smiles on drought-hit Bandipur

Gundlupet: Heavy rain that has been lashing Chamarajanagar district over the last 15 days has brought relief to the denizens of Bandipur National Park. Almost all the lakes inside the Park have been filled up. The Park has received good pre-monsoon showers and nearly half of Bandipur range, parts of Kundkere, Gundre, Hediyala, and Moolehole…

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Barren Bandipur springs back to life again!

After a devastating drought for two years, Bandipur National Park is now springing back to life with lush greenery, thanks to copious rains and effective measures taken by the Forest Department. The park is opening its arms to welcome tourists flocking the forest area, spread across 1,027 sq kms, to enjoy the tranquil atmosphere.

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Feeding foody kid…

An Indian Roller – Coracias benghalensis, formerly falsely called as Blue Jay, busy feeding its baby bird (with insects and frog) which waits hungrily for its supper. This parenting moment was captured by SOM photographer M.N. Lakshminarayana Yadav at Bandipur National Park. Indian Roller is called ‘Neelakanta’ in Kannada & Sanskrit and is the State…

Elephant census begins in Bandipur and Nagarahole forests
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Elephant census begins in Bandipur and Nagarahole forests

To conclude on May 19 Mysuru: The Forest Department began the elephant census at Bandipur and Nagarahole Reserve Forests this morning. In Bandipur, around 100 Forest Department personnel along with 130 volunteers from across the State who have enrolled themselves as enumerators, began the census at about 6.30 am, which will go on till 3.30…

BANDIPUR CALLING
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BANDIPUR CALLING

Pics. by M.N. Lakshminarayana Yadav After a devastating drought for two years, Bandipur National Park is now springing back to life with lush greenery, thanks to copious rains and effective measures taken by the Forest Department. The park is opening its arms to welcome tourists flocking the forest area, spread across 1,027 sq kms, to…

Two arrested for chopping off Prince’s snout
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Two arrested for chopping off Prince’s snout

Mysuru: Finally, the Forest sleuths have solved the mystery behind the chopping off Prince’s snout. Prince was found dead with chopped off snout and missing canines on Apr. 2 at Kundkere Range in Bandipur. The Forest sleuths, based on a tip-off, arrested Soma, 35 and Bomma, 45, both residents of Cheluvarayanapura, a village adjoining Bandipur…

Rana traces Prince’s missing tooth
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Rana traces Prince’s missing tooth

Gundlupet: Rana, the German Shepherd sniffer dog at Bandipur, which has created terror among poachers and smugglers, has traced the missing tooth of the celebrity Tiger Prince (14), which was found dead under mysterious circumstances with its face chopped off in Lokkere range in Bandipur. Rana, which was inducted into Bandipur Forest Department to protect…

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