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These dogs put noses to work saving wildlife
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These dogs put noses to work saving wildlife

November 29, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: The fight against wildlife crime got a further boost with two young wildlife sniffer dogs, also known as ‘super sniffers’ joining the Bandipur Tiger Reserve and Sri Biligiri Ranganathaswamy Tiger Reserve, both in Chamarajanagar district after completing a seven-month-long training course. The dogs are Margi, a Mudhol Hound, that has landed at Bandipur after…

Camera traps set to track injured tiger
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Camera traps set to track injured tiger

October 21, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: A tiger aged seven or eight years was injured in a territorial fight at Bandipur Tiger Reserve on Wednesday. It has a big mauling wound on its back and was spotted by rangers on routine beat at Ganjikatte. Following this, Forest Department staffs have arranged round-the-clock monitoring involving the foot staff with the help…

Bandipur’s Rana for tiger operation in Tamil Nadu
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Bandipur’s Rana for tiger operation in Tamil Nadu

October 4, 2021

Gundlupet: Rana, the dashing German Shepherd Dog of the Karnataka Forest Department at Bandipur Tiger Reserve has been pressed into service to track the elusive tiger that has spread terror in villages at Masinagudi bordering Mudumalai Forest in Tamil Nadu (TN). The Tamil Nadu Forest authorities have sought the help of Bandipur’s Rana and tamed…

Poacher responsible for tiger’s death at Bandipur caught
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Poacher responsible for tiger’s death at Bandipur caught

September 16, 2021

The tiger had died after getting caught in the snare Accused nabbed within 24 hours of the incident coming to light Sniffer Dog Rana once again leads officials to poacher’s house Mysore/Mysuru: The Forest Department personnel have arrested the poacher who was responsible for the death of a tiger at Gundre Range in Bandipur Tiger…

Tiger carcass found in Bandipur
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Tiger carcass found in Bandipur

September 15, 2021

Bandipur: A carcass of a tiger, which was already injured in a porcupine attack and died after getting caught in a poacher’s snare, has taken place at Gundre Range in Bandipur Tiger Reserve. The Forest staff, who were on their regular beat, found the decomposed carcass of the tiger, aged between 5 and 6 years…

200 kg of bamboo seeds handed over to Bandipur RFO
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200 kg of bamboo seeds handed over to Bandipur RFO

August 16, 2021

Rotary Central Mysore, as part of the District Project of the RI District 3181, handed over around 200 kg of Bamboo Seeds to Range Forest Officer (RFO) Muniraju at Bandipur Tiger Reserve recently. Each kg consists of 80,000 seeds. Seen in the picture are (standing from left) Vocational Service Director Rtn. Rakesh Kumar Rastogi; Club…

Tiger dies in territorial fight
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Tiger dies in territorial fight

August 14, 2021

Chamarajanagar: A tiger was found dead in the Kundukere range of Bandipur Tiger Reserve on Friday. Aged around 4 to 5 years, the carcass of the male tiger was found near Aladamaradahalla forest range in Bandipur, the authorities said adding that it had sustained wounds from territorial fight with another tiger.  Its claws, skin and…

Delhi scribe fined for feeding wild deer in Bandipur
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Delhi scribe fined for feeding wild deer in Bandipur

August 5, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: A television journalist from a national channel was penalised for feeding a deer while driving along the Bandipur Tiger Reserve on Aug. 3. The journo has been penalised for violating rules under provisions of Indian Wildlife Act. The trend of stopping vehicles, getting down and taking selfies with wild animals is one of the…

Bandipur recognised for good tiger conservation
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Bandipur recognised for good tiger conservation

August 3, 2021

Among 14 Tiger Reserves in India to bag Global Conservation Assured Tiger Standards Accreditation Mysore/Mysuru: The Bandipur Tiger Reserve has received the Global Conservation Assured Tiger Standards (CATS) accreditation for meeting a set of standards for effective conservation of big cats. An international group of experts and protected area managers have created the criteria. In…

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