Wednesday, 31 January 2018

NEWSLINK: Tiger census come to a close in biggest habitat

Dudhwa national.jpgThe tiger census taken up across the country has came to an end in Karnataka, with Nagarahole and Bandipur Tiger reserves, being the biggest habitat of the big cats in the wild in India.

The carnivore and mega herbivore sign survey taken up as part of All-India Tiger Estimation 2018, which concluded in the State, saw a surge in both species sightings in the two major Tiger habitations.

This entails sampling of the vegetation, human disturbance and pellet count along the transect lines, officials taking up the important census on Monday said.

The census work came to and end with hundreds of forest workers and NGOs taking up the work in Karnataka on Sunday.

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