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Warangal: CCF urges people to do their part to conserve wildlife

Warangal Forest Department and OWLS jointly organised an awareness programme on wildlife conservation at the Forest Campus at Subedari on Friday on the occasion of World Wildlife Conservation Day

Unidentified people kill nearly 70 monkeys near Mahabubabad

The carcasses of the monkeys, some of them in decomposed state, were found in the bushes near an electric substation on the outskirts of the Shanigapuram village

Tiger moving in Kothaguda forest area of Mahabubabad district

After a week or so, it entered the Odedu village of Peddapalli district by crossing the Manair River, and again carnivores feline was spotted near NTPC, Ramagundam in Peddapalli district last month.

Mulugu: Tiger spotted in Kannaigudem mandal

DFO Pradeep Kumar appealed to the villagers, particularly shepherds and ranchers, to be careful and not to enter the forest areas with sheep or cattle

Bamboo nests for birds in urban areas

“Building of nests has become a challenge for the birds, particularly for the house sparrows due to different reasons."

Mahabubabad: Eco-tourism activities to be taken up at Pakhal Lake

Mahabubabad: District Collector VP Gautham has asked the forest officials to take steps to promote eco-tourism activities in the Forest Compartment No. 669/1 near...

Tiger movement spotted on borders of Bhupalpally, Peddapalli districts

It is confirmed that the tiger was moving in the borders of Peddapalli and Bhupalpally districts along with the banks of the River Manair, said DFO K Purushotham

Nalgonda collector asks officials to take up Block Plantation at MGU

Collector informed that it has decided to plant saplings in 32 acres in the university under block plantation

Eco-parks to boost Yadadri tourism

The eco-tourism theme parks developed near temple town with several attactions with bio-diversity

‘Vanara Vanam’ to come up for monkeys in Warangal

Saplings of about 14 fruit-bearing trees such as guava, tamarind, amla, black plum, custard apple, jack fruit and wood apple will be planted in the one acre of the land to lure monkeys

Seven held for killing, selling pangolin scales in Kothagudem

The District Forest Officer (DFO) Ranjeet Nayak told the press here on Saturday that the sting operation was conducted based on information related to trade of pangolin on Friday

LPG cylinders distributed to poor in Mulugu

Officials also distributed to rice, vegetables and other essential commodities to the villagers

Two giant ‘peacocks’ to welcome visitors at Hyderabad’s KBR Park

Forest officials say the sculptures were 24 feet in length and 12 feet in height and were made of fibre glass and iron frames

Lady Beat Officer braves attacks, leads to seizure of Teak logs and liquor

K Manjulatha, Forest Beat Officer tried to seize the teak wood and was assaulted by the smugglers. Later backup team seized the material along with illicit liquor

750 water saucers set up across Amrabad Tiger Reserve

Because of Srisailam and other temples being shut down due to the lockdown, wild animals were freely moving in the forest area and coming on to the roads quite frequently

Efforts on to monitor tiger on prowl in Adilabad

Locals of Thamsi (K) village frightened as the big cat goes on killing cattle in the past few days

Focus on flagship programmes: Nalgonda Collector tells officials

Collector instructed that all the district level officials must stay at the district headquarters and should not leave to other places without getting his permission

SK Joshi visits KBR park in Hyderabad, lauds officials for good work

Hyderabad: Chief Secretary SK Joshi, accompanied by his wife Anuradha Joshi, on Wednesday explored the green acreages of KBR National Park, Jubilee Hills, and appreciated...

Rare falcon pair make Bejjur forests their home

Two young male and female Amur falcon birds (falco amurensis) have made Bejjur forest their home, bringing cheer among the authorities

Telangana: Bodies of two drowned forest officials fished out from Pranahita

The foresters along with a milkman, boatman and his assistant were travelling on a small and unsafe boat meant for fishing at the time of the mishap.

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