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Wetlands to Indigenous Tribes, Maasai & the Climate Spin, Bird Species & Tiger Tourism: Highlight summary of this Week’s ‘’Wilderness World’’ - w/e 05.02.2012

Summary of the WWWorld

Weekly Summary of this Week’s ”Wilderness World” from Wild Navigator Wild Navigator starts this new feature which presents the top stories from the web. These stories are the highs and lows in the fields of wildlife travel, biodiversity conservation, climate change, sustainability, photography, scientific research, social community initiatives and events which make it to our

Segregation of Waste - Wild Wednesday

This week we feature the importance of segregation of waste in protected areas. In most tourism visited wildlife reserves, the main aim of park management has been to curb visitors destroying the landscapes by preventing littering garbage, plastic bags and throwing away items which could potentially be harmful to wildlife and fauna present in the

Another Gibbon family relocation by WTI / IFAW Team


Following the first relocation of the Hoolock Gibbon pair to a new habitat in Arunachal Pradesh, India (view earlier guest post) - The team at Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) and their partner organisation at International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) relocated another family of gibbons to the same habitat at Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary (Arunachal

Pair of Gibbon’s relocated to a new site at Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary - WTI / IFAW

Our guest post this week looks at a successful effort of translocation by the team at Wildlife Trust of India and their partners IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare).  Their teams were successful in the recent relocation of a Hoolock Gibbon pair to a new site at Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary. Living near the village of

Your Holiday Gift to Nature Conservancy


The Charity Today we focus our attention on Nature Conservancy, a leading non profit conservation organisation working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for people and nature. They address the most pressing conservation threats at the largest scale. Thanks to the support of their more than 1 million members, they have built a

”Our life at the cost of theirs” - WWF India’s Ad Campaign


This is the new call for conservation charities, to use advertising as their new awareness campaigns. With depleting wilderness species around the world, people need to be aware about the natural environment and how important these species are for their own human survival. WWF (World Wildlife Fund for Nature) hired creative giants Ogilvy & Mather from India

The Tusker who came to Tea

©Debashish Neog

Similar to a famous children’s story book written and illustrated by Judith Kerr known as ‘The Tiger who came to Tea’  describes a tale of a girl called Sophie and her mother who hear their door bell ring while sitting to have a cup of afternoon tea. A stripy cat ‘A Tiger’ unexpectedly turns up at their door step and

Its ‘Movember’ - Wild Navigator takes part to support


It’s Movember, the month formerly known as November, now dedicated to growing moustaches and raising awareness and funds for men’s health; specifically prostate and testicular cancer. I’m donating my top lip to the cause for 30 days in an effort to help change the face of men’s health. My Mo will spark conversations, and no

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