“…..a lithe fawn coloured body spring into the air in a graceful arc.” writes B.P. Srivastava, Conservator of Forests in U.P. in the 1950s and one of the few naturalists till date who have witnessed this natural history moment of such a denizen of a species in action in the wild, while penning down his observation of a Caracal hunting a Partridge. He had later shot the animal for identification and further writes, “The face and body … Read More
The captured animals must be reintroduced into the wild at the earliest after ascertaining their origin, and a thorough investigation should be undertaken to destroy this illegal wildlife crime racket and culprits punished as per law.
The elusive caracal (Caracal caracal), arguably the rarest cat in India, is one of the least known mid-sized carnivores in India, in terms of its ecology, distribution or behaviour. There are few people in India who can claim to have seen one … Read More