Tag: Nagarahole Reserve Forest

District Minister visits Nagarahole, inspects Steel Rope Fences
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District Minister visits Nagarahole, inspects Steel Rope Fences

June 23, 2022

Hunsur: Mysuru District In-charge Minister S.T. Somashekar yesterday visited Nagarahole Reserve Forest and inspected the Steel Wire Rope Fences which have been installed to prevent wild elephants from straying into human habitat from forests. This is a first of its kind initiative in the State, where Steel Wire Rope Fences has been installed at a…

Wild elephants create havoc at Nagapura
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Wild elephants create havoc at Nagapura

February 11, 2022

Ten elephants driven back to forest last night Three other elephants come back this morning Hunsur: The Forest Department staff, who had driven a herd of 10 wild elephants back into the forest were in for a surprise after three other elephants, including a radio collared one entered Nagapura Tribal Hamlet after crossing the Veeranahosahalli…

Forest staff killed as rail barricade gate falls
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Forest staff killed as rail barricade gate falls

February 10, 2022

Hunsur: A forest staff was killed when a rail barricade gate fell on him at Nagarahole Reserve Forest yesterday evening. The deceased is Mahadevappa (58), a resident of Hommaragalli village in H.D. Kote taluk, who was working as a Wildlife Keeper at Kallahalli Forest Range in Nagarahole Reserve. Yesterday evening, Mahadevappa travelled in the Forest…

Wild elephant kills villager at Veeranahosahalli forest range
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Wild elephant kills villager at Veeranahosahalli forest range

February 3, 2022

Over 2,000 villagers stage protest; Demand DCF or higher Forest officials to visit the spot Hunsur: A wild elephant has killed a 50-year-old man at Veeranahosahalli Forest Range in Nagarahole Reserve Forest at about 9 pm yesterday. The deceased has been identified as Rajesh, a resident of Kolavige village in Veeranahosahalli. Yesterday at about 9…

Elephantine tension…
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Elephantine tension…

January 10, 2022

A herd of six elephants, which had come out of Nagarahole Reserve Forest, raided the agricultural fields at Penjahalli, Nagapura and Hosur villages and destroyed the crops last night. The herd, which tried to go back to the forest at the break of dawn today, panicked on seeing villagers and entered a canal to cross…

Now, double tentacle solar fencing to keep wild jumbos at bay
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Now, double tentacle solar fencing to keep wild jumbos at bay

July 13, 2021

74-km solar fencing completed at Nagarahole Reserve Forest After trenches, railway line barricades, hanging solar fence and other methods failed to keep elephants and other wild animals from entering human habitat and destroying crops and properties, double tentacle solar fence (solar-powered energiser connected to the fence) is being installed at village borders of Nagarahole National…

Bear carcass found
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Bear carcass found

May 19, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: The Forest Department staff, who were on their regular beat, have found a carcass of a female bear near Chamahalli of Veeranahosahalli Range in Nagarahole Reserve Forest yesterday. The dead bear was aged about five years and the staff immediately informed their higher officials, who rushed to the spot along with Veterinarian Dr. Mujeeb…

ACF, RFO escape tiger attack
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ACF, RFO escape tiger attack

May 6, 2021

Tamed elephants from Mathigodu Camp summoned for combing operation near Hanagod to capture tiger Hanagod: Following killing of livestock at Doddahejjur near Hanagod bordering Nagarahole Reserve Forest, a team of forest officials, led by Assistant Conservator of Forests (ACF) Satish and Range Forest Officer (RFO) Naman Narayana Nayak, are conducting a combing operation with the…

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