Human Wildlife Conflict

Human–wildlife conflicts are one of the most serious problems being faced in many parts of the world, particularly by forest fringe human communities. In the Himalayan state of Uttarakhand, which has more than two-thirds of its area under forests/natural vegetation, it is a widespread serious problem.


Human Wildlife Conflict

Human–wildlife conflicts are one of the most serious problems being faced in many parts of the world, particularly by forest fringe human communities. In the Himalayan state of Uttarakhand, which has more than two-thirds of its area under forests/natural vegetation, it is a widespread serious problem.

Human Wildlife Conflict

Human–wildlife conflicts are one of the most serious problems being faced in many parts of the world, particularly by forest fringe human communities. In the Himalayan state of Uttarakhand, which has more than two-thirds of its area under forests/natural vegetation, it is a widespread serious problem.

Human-Wildlife Conflict

Human–wildlife conflict refers to the interaction between wild animals and people and the resultant negative impact on people or their resources, or wild animals or their habitat. It occurs when growing human populations overlap with established wildlife territory, creating reduction of resources or life to some people and/or wild animals. The conflict takes many forms ranging from loss of life or injury to humans, and animals both wild and domesticated, to competition for scarce resources to loss and degradation of habitat. It occurs when growing human populations overlap with established wildlife territory, creating reduction of resources or life to some people and/or wild animals. The conflict takes many forms ranging from loss of life or injury to humans and animals both wild and domesticated or loss of crops and dwellings to competition for scarce resources and loss and degradation of habitat of wild animals… Read More...


CONTACT US

  • Address: PCCF Wildlife / Chief Wildlife Warden, Uttarakhand
    85 Rajpur Road Dehradun
  • Email: pccfwildlife-forest-uk@nic.in, cwlwua@yahoo.co.in
  • Website: http://www.forest.uk.gov.in/
  • Telephone: 0135-2745691