Pawalgarh Safari Zone

Pavalgarh Safari zone of Ramnagar got inaugurated on Monday 22nd of April by PCCF Jairaj. He mentioned that the increase in tourism will lead to an increase in employment. Also, that people are always curious to explore Ramnagar jungle division.

The Corbett Director Rahul, DFO BP Singh were also present in the event. On the first day of opening, the Jeep Safari zone witnessed more than half a dozen wheels

On this special occasion, Mr Jairaj also threw light on some issues that need attention such as – In Haridwar, two elephants died on a railway track accidentally coming on the way of the train. To this, he said that he will soon be meeting the railway officers to find an alternative to avoid such accidents in future. In Pilibheet a plastic bag was found in the intestine of a tiger, which is a serious matter and needed action soon.

He said, that people need to be aware and should not use plastic especially inside the jungle area.

HUSTLE BUSTLE! ON SPOTTING A TIGER AT RESIDENTIAL AREA OF DHELA VILLAGE


HUSTLE BUSTLE! ON SPOTTING A TIGER AT RESIDENTIAL AREA OF DHELA VILLAGE
ROARS AND HUNTING, SCARED THE VILLAGERS

In search of prey, the tiger reached Dhela village and killed a cow in the cowshed. On Monday before dawn, it entered and kept wandering around the village, roars were heard by the villagers and on being informed forest personnel arrived they did air firing and villagers howled to chase away the tiger.


The event took place on Sunday where the tiger was spotted outside the house of a resident of the village Mr Surendra Singh. After a while, it was seen by other villagers as well, afraid residents locked themselves inside home. It stayed around for almost three hours.
At 6 am he entered the cowshed, Dhela ranger Sandeep Giri arrived with his team at the event and informed about the killing of a cow. After all the hustle tiger disappeared in the jungle. The footprints were found near the residential area.


Thirsty Elephants losing Temper At Jim Corbett

As the sun is getting hotter wildlife of Jim Corbett is getting affected.
Elephants are seen escaping the jungle in search of water. The rise in temperature is causing elephants to a lose temper which becomes dangerous for the tourists as they have started attacking them. Fifteen such attacks have been recorded at ten places within two months, most of these places are elephant corridors where they gather to drink water.
According to the sources due to increasing temperature, these thirsty elephants become fiery and attack anyone who comes near to them. Even the wildlife experts are worried about the situation and say that due to the human interference in corridors elephants fail to decide their movement in addition to that the poor arrangements in the jungle have made them irascible. Elephants of Corbett and Ramnagar jungle division often come to Kosi river to assuage their thirst. In such situations the human interference in the area of elephants makes them lose their temper and they attack them as a result.