Tag: Wildlife Institute Of India

Wildlife Institute Of India Recruitment: Vacancies Announced For Project Associate Posts, Check Details
Wildlife Institute Of India Recruitment: Vacancies Announced For Project Associate Posts, Check Details

The Project Associates will be engaged purely on contract basis for a period of six months, with the opportunity for extension. The last date of receipt of application if February 22 and the Walk-in-Interview will be held on February 25, 2022.

  • Monday, 14 February 2022
Tigress Sundari kept in enclosure at Raigoda after tranquilisation

Bhubaneswar: Tigress Sundari, who was tranquilised yesterday, has been kept in a special enclosure at Raigoda in Angul and her condition is stated to be stable, informed forest officials. The tigress is being monitored by a high-level committee comprising experts from the from National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA), Wildlife Institute of India (WII) and Forest […]

  • Friday, 30 July 2021
Amid public outrage, tigress Sundari's stay at Satkosia under review

Angul: Amid public unrest in Satkosia Tiger Reserve area following death of a woman of Hatibari village allegedly in an attack by recently-released tigress ‘Sundari’; the Odisha Forest department, in association with officials of the Wildlife Institute of India (WII), Wildlife Crime Control Bureau and National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has launched a review after […]

  • Friday, 30 July 2021
Niali sheep deaths: 5 more killed in similar manner

Niali: The mystery surrounding the deaths of sheep in Odisha is yet to die down with deaths of five more sheep being reported from Niali in Cuttack district on Sunday. As per reports, the ‘mysterious animal’ killed five more sheep and injured one in Kanpur village under Pokhari panchayat late Saturday night. The killing of […]

  • Thursday, 22 July 2021
Sheep deaths continue, 4 more killed in Niali

Niali: Four more sheep were killed at Kuladahijang village under Bilasuni panchayat late last night. The sheep carcass were found at the cattle shed of villager Sarat Bhoi this morning. Earlier, large number of sheep deaths were reported from the village. The killing of sheep in Niali region of Cuttack district continues despite a slew […]

  • Thursday, 22 July 2021
Wolves, foxes behind sheep deaths in Odisha: WII

Bhubaneswar: Wolves, foxes and hyenas are the predators responsible for the mass killing of sheep in Niali and other places in Odisha, revealed the Wildlife Institute of India (WII) after conducting a detailed study in the affected areas. Last week, the expert team of WII visited Niali and other parts in the State where similar […]

  • Thursday, 22 July 2021
Tiger population up by 6%, need more measures to protect them: Experts

Baripada: Noting a six per cent rise in the tiger population in the country, experts today suggested a need for greater flexibility to increase habitat for the feline for their protection. Speaking at the national workshop on monitoring systems for tigers intensive patrolling and ecological status, Y V Jhalla, a principal scientist of the Wildlife […]

  • Monday, 28 June 2021
WII team keeping tab on ‘Sundari’ in Satkosia: Addl PCCF

Angul: A four-member team of the Wildlife Institute of India (WII) is currently monitoring the movement and behaviour of tigress ‘Sundari’ in Satkosia Tiger reserve, informed Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (PCCF) Sudarshan Panda today. He further stated that the tigress would be tranquilised and relocated to the core area of the Reserve if […]

  • Wednesday, 23 June 2021
Tigress Sundari
Tension erupts after tigress Sundari ‘kills’ cow in Angul

Angul: A day after Wildlife Institute of India (WII) researcher cleared that tigress Sundari will stay in Satkosia Tiger Reserve; death of a cow at Lehedi village under Athmallik forest division of Angul district on Monday has once again triggered protests. Athmallik Divisional Forest Officer (DFO), Samyak Samantray informed that it is not yet confirmed […]

  • Wednesday, 23 June 2021