Senior officers of the Tamil Nadu and Kerala Woodland Departments held a gathering thru video conferencing on Tuesday to discuss human-animal battle connected to plant life and fauna within the inter-Notify border areas of Coimbatore, the Nilgiris and Palakkad districts.
Components concerning the plant life and fauna within the Palakkad-Mannarkad-Coimbatore landscape and Nilambur South–Nilgiris landscape, including popularity of poaching, sandalwood smuggling, and chance of joint efforts, had been mentioned at the assembly.
Officials took choices on steady exchange of info, starting of a gradual-time dynamic sharing of info on plant life and fauna traipse thru a now not original social media neighborhood, sharing of already calm database on plant life and fauna, sharing particulars of sick animals, exchange of particulars of recurring offenders in plant life and fauna crimes and sharing of correct conservation practices.
The assembly also resolved to habits joint patrolling and inter-Notify conferences of officers and workers once in three months, to video display tiger traipse between the two States, to half databases on elephant population, overview finished on elephant profiling, info on illegal weapons, illegal possession of explosives and connected intelligence.
I. Anwardeen, Additional Vital Chief Conservator of Forests (Coimbatore Circle); Okay. Vijayananthan, Chief Conservator of Forests (Natural world, Palakkad); Pramod, Chief Conservator of Forests (Territorial, Palakkad); Vysak, Deputy Director of Parambikulam Tiger Reserve; Kurra Srinivas, Natural world Warden of Still Valley; District Woodland Officers D. Venkatesh (Coimbatore), Narendra Nath Veluri, District Woodland Officer (Palakkad), Sunil Kumar (Mannarkad), Shaji (Nilambur south), Sumersh Soman (Gudalur) and Gurusamy Dabbala (Nilgiris), and Assistant Conservators of Forests and Woodland Vary Officers from Coimbatore Circle took half within the assembly.