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A Sweet Solution for Tiger Terror in Kheri

"It’s an interesting system in place. Spacing in sugarcane is helping to avoid conflicts it seems?" wrote senior IFS officer Ramesh Pandey in a post on X
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In the picturesque area of the Dudhwa National Park, spread out in the Lakhimpur Kheri district in UP, a beautiful harmony unfolds between man and the beast. Farmers here cultivate sugarcane, their livelihood intertwined with the rhythms of nature. But in this delicate dance, a new player emerges – the majestic tiger.

1996 batch Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer Ramesh Pandey shared an interesting post regarding this development on social media platform ‘X’. He wrote, “It’s an interesting system in place. Spacing in sugarcane is helping to avoid conflicts it seems?”

In the post, it is mentioned that while roaming the lush Terai area along the forest banks, tigers find solace in the sugarcane fields. As wild boars and Nilgai come to feast on the sweet bounty, the tiger finds an easy meal. And in this unexpected alliance, a unique bond forms between farmers and the apex predator.

For the farmers, the presence of tigers means more than just the thrill of wildlife. It’s a blessing in disguise. With the tiger’s appetite for wild herbivores, farmers find relief from the losses brought about by these hungry visitors.

Let the picturesque landscape of the Biharipur Farm village, which falls under the Dudhwa National Park, where the rustling sugarcane fields echo with the harmony of man and tiger, serve as a testament to the remarkable balance that can be achieved when humans and wildlife coexist in harmony.


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