Kaziranga #TigerReserve has the highest density of tigers & is an important source popul'n in NE India. But should we celebrate? Read this investigative piece post my visit to Kaziranga-Karbi Anglong in December. @naturenomics @SanctuaryAsia @kaziranga_ http://vidhilegalpolicy.in/2020/04/02/the-success-story-of-kazirangas-tigers-unpacking-the-dichotomy/
The Success Story of Kaziranga’s Tigers – Unpacking the Dichotomy
Kaziranga National Park which is known for the single largest population of One-Horned Rhinoceros is also home to the single largest population of tigers in North-East India. The tiger census of...http://vidhilegalpolicy.in/2020/04/02/the-success-story-of-kazirangas-tigers-unpacking-the-dichotomy/
Post reports by @ntca_india & CEC- SC ordering ban on mining in Karbi Anglong came as a breather. While green cover is naturally regenerating, streams like this may not flow in its pristine form. Agricultural activities are gravely affected due to such mining in Karbi hills.
Not only corridors are disturbed, even the highlands of Karbi hills are avoided by wild animals. This tiger took refuge inside a junk dealer shop on NH-37 (near Harmati wildlife corridor) in 2019 floods. @wti_org_india (Pic: Rafiqur Islam, owner of the shop)