Sundarban Tiger Reserve
Forest Protection
Forest Protection
Protection is the prime focus as far a proper forest management is concerned. That is why different (land based and floating) have been set up at different strategic locations of Sundarban Tiger Reserve.

Range

Name of Beatand Camps

National Park (East) Range

Chamta,Baghmara, Chandkhali (New)

National Park (West) Range

Haldibari, Netidhopani, Kendo

Sajnekhali Wildlife  Sanctuary Range

Dobanki, Sajnekhali and  Duttar, Sudhnyakhali, Sadakkhali,Pirkhali,Tentultala,

Basirhat Range

Bagna, Burirdabri, Jhingekhali, Khatuajhuri, Harikhali,Samsernagara,Chilmari,Kakamari and Kaksa


Smart Patrolling
a. Use of specially designed app for patrolling: To overcome the limitations of old practices of using pen, pencil and papers along with prolonged and time bound use of RT system E-patrol/Smart patrolling was introduced in Sundarban Tiger Reserve in 2015.
In this new system every camp has been given a cell phone having an android operating system with a compatible mobile application called ‘Hejje’ (Programmed in Java) installed in it for monitoring and patrolling purpose. With the help of this application the frontline staffs are recording their every possible activity like patrolling, monitoring the condition of fences, night patrolling, offence detections, and wildlife sightings.

b. Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV): UAV or Drones has been introduced as a part of the Smart Patrolling initiative in Sundarban Tiger Reserve. These have proven a remarkably useful tool in patrolling those areas in the Tiger Reserve which are otherwise inaccessible. This tool has also proven useful in case of locating a strayed animal in a locality especially tiger. UAV are also being used to monitor an animal post release into the wild up to considerable distance inside the forest at close vicinity.

Nylon Net Fencing
Nylon-net fence has been found to play an important role in preventing the straying out of tigers into village's areas from forest. A protocol for maintenance of the nylon-net fencing has been designed with an aim of carrying out thorough checking and proper maintenance. The Protocol includes involvement of local Stakeholders in FPC/EDC members also along with forest staff.

Range-wise Location of the Existing Nylon-Net Fence and its Maintenance is given below

Range

Total length of nylon net fencing

Location

N.P.(W)

21 km.
(inclusive khal guards)

• From Belegudam khal to Nawbanki Khal

S.W.L.S.

35 km. approx.
(inclusive of khal guards)

• Pirkhali khal to Pakhirkhal: 5 km approx

•Pakhirkhal to Lalitkhali: 9 km. approx

•Lalitkhali to Ranjit’s khal: 5 km.approx.

•Ranjit’s khal to Duttar Beat: 6 km.approx.

•Dattar beat to Kamari khal: 10 km.approx

BHT

40km. approx.
( inclusive of khal guards)

• Shamsernagar (Kalindi River side) to Jhingekhali
Beat: 13 km. approx.

•Raimangal river to Jhilla river ( Arbesi-2 comp):- 7 km,Aprx

• Jhilla Compound to Kakmari khal :20 km. approx.


Fencing Checking Protocol

S no.

Rank

Frequency

Remarks

1

Concerned Forest Guard

Daily

He will take at least one concerned JFMC
Member and both will jointly sign in
Fencing checking Register.

2

Concerned Beat Officer

Weekly once

He will take the Joint Convenor of concerned JFMC
Member and both will jointly sign in
Fencing checking Register.

3

Concerned Range Officer

Once in 15 days

He will take the Concerned Forest Guard
or Beat Officer along with and will report
to DFD, STR in detail as well as will
mention in fencing checking Register.

4

Asstt.Field Director/STR

Once in a month

They will check the fencing in the field
to verify that the same has been maintained
properly.

5

Dy. Field Director/STR

Once in six weeks

He will check the fencing in the field to
verify that the same has been maintained
properly.


iii. Offence and Seizure
News & Events
Supply of Bamboo for use under Sundarban Tiger Reserve during financial year 2019-20
Download - 2019-05-31
Tender Notice No.2/Hiring of Boats/Launches (1/2/4/6 Cylinders) Under Sundarban Tiger Reserve during 2019-20
Download - 2019-05-31
Publication of Tender Notice, Ref No - (G.O.No.290(01)/CS/2012, dt.08.04.2012)
Download - 2019-05-31
Notice Inviting Expression of Interest
Download - 2019-05-28
Re Tender Notice 9 STCFT138
Download - 2019-02-28
TENDER NOTICE NO - 32
Download - 2019-02-19
TENDER NOTICE No.31/ Repairing of building (No-10)
Download - 2019-02-08
TENDER NOTICE NO. 30/ Roof Treatment of Barrack (No- 17)
Download - 2019-02-08
NOTICE INVITING TENDER No. WBFOR/STR/DFD/NIT08(e)/18-19(2nd Call)
Download - 2018-01-21
NOTICE INVITING TENDER No. WBFOR/STR/DFD/NIT10(e)/18-19(2nd call)
Download - 2018-01-21
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