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Tag: Chief Wildlife Warden

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Odisha Likely To Go For Big Cat Census Next Summer!

Bhubaneswar: Hinting that the State government will carry out another tiger census in next summer season, Odisha Chief Wildlife Warden Ajay Kumar Mohapatra today stated the tiger census carried out by the central agencies have ignored many forest divisions where big cats have been spotted. A controversy has emerged after the Central government claimed in […]

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NTCA raps Odisha CWW over rampant leopard skin smuggling in State

Keonjhar: Taking serious note of media reports on rampant smuggling of leopard skins in the State, the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has slapped a notice to the Chief Wildlife Warden (CWW) of Odisha seeking factual status of steps taken for protection of leopards and action-taken over reports of smuggling. Based on a news article […]

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Bird census in Odisha to begin from tomorrow

Bhubaneswar: This year’s bird census in Nandankanan, Similipal and other forest divisions will begin from tomorrow and the same will be carried out in Chilika from January 4 followed by Bhitarkanika & Hirakud from January 6, informed Chief Wildlife Warden Sandeep Tripathy. The official informed that preparations are underway for the census which is conducted […]

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New tigers for Satkosia only after weather improves

Bhubaneswar: The Satkosia Tiger Reserve in Angul will receive six tigers from Madhya Pradesh once there is an improvement in the weather conditions, Chief Wildlife Warden, Sandeep Tripathy informed today. Speaking to media, Tripathy said six tigers aged below 3 years have already been identified at the Kanha National Tiger Reserve in the neighbouring State. […]

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Odisha appoints new chief wildlife warden

Bhubaneswar: The State forest department on Thursday appointed M Satyanarayan as the new chief wildlife warden (CWW) and principal chief conservator of forests (PCCF) of the Odisha forest division. After taking charge, the 1983 batch Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer said there is a need to identify practical solutions to combat human animal conflict and […]

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