Mangaluru: Leopard Spotted near Cargo Complex of Airport, Driven away by Bursting Crackers

Mangaluru: Leopards have been in the news in Dakshina Kannada and sometimes in Udupi districts.

About two years, a leopard was seen sitting on a tree at Kenjar Adyapady some passersby. The movement of these big cats is so erratic that it is difficult to determine if it is a sole animal moving around or the same one appearing in different places.


On Wednesday, Oct 14 night around 10, the Central Industrial Industrial Force (CISF) personnel, who take care of the security at the airport, spotted a leopard near the cargo complex, which had until a years ago housed the terminal. It is thought to have jumped across the fencing from the nearby forest.

The staffers burst crackers and drove it away. One Vikram Mada from Yekkar has reported about having seen a leopard on Tuesday evening.

In the recent past, leopards have been seen moving around in areas like Mulki, Punaroor, Lingappayyakadu, Aikala, Talidpadi and surroundings.

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Leopards here, leopards there!

Kinnigoli: Movement of Lone Leopard Unsettles Residents of Aikala Surroundings

Karkala: Leopard Giving Sleepless Nights to Belanje Residents Captured at Last
Udupi: Leopard Enters house in Pernankila, Trapped
Udupi: Man and Children Riding Bicycle Survive Leopard Chase at Kokkarne
Moodbidri: Leopard Menace in Manjanabail near Niddodi Spreads Fear and Suspense
Moodbidri: Cattle Fall Prey to Leopard Attack in Kantavara and Niddodi

Mangaluru: Leopard Trapped in Snare at Kinnigoli Brought to Pilikula
Karkala: Chasing Prey, Leopard ‘Ducks’ into Well, Gets Stranded but Rescued
Puttur: Paw-marks Traced in Salmara Uramal on Outskirts – Leopardor Wild Cat?
Udupi: Leopard Gets Stranded in a Well in Mandarti, Rescued by Forest Personnel
Bantwal: Leopard Targets Fowl, Then Chases Dog and Finally Gets Trapped in Well!
Kinnigoli: Leopard Gets Caught in Snare in Elinje, Rescued and Taken to Pilikula
Mangaluru: Dog Placed to Lure Leopard into Cage Upsets Capture Plan at Kodipadi
Chikkamagaluru: White Leopard Enters Temple Precincts, Captured in Night-long Operation
Mangaluru: Leopard Scare Continues in Munchur after Finding Domestic Animal Eaten up
Mangaluru: Leopard on Prowl at Munchur – Forest Personnel Inspect Spot
Mangaluru: Now Leopard ‘Spotted’ near Krishnapur Math in Munchur Suratkal
Bantwal: Leopard Shows up in Nadugodu after Many Days – Cage to be Placed for Capture
Hassan: Villagers Feel Relieved with Capture of Leopard in Cage
Mangaluru: Leopard Spotted near Gurupur – Residents Asked to Stay Indoors
Udupi: Man Seriously Injured in Leopard Attack in Kukkehalli
Mangaluru: Now Leopard Reportedly Spotted near Someshwar Beach!
Beltangady: Leopard Rescued at Gerukatte, Released in Forest
Udupi: Leopard Attacks Residents, Devours Pets – Paw-marks Found at End Point
Mulki: Leopard Cub Duo Playing Hide-and-seek Shows up in Karnad
Karkala: Now Leopard on the Prowl at Kalloli in Belmannu Village
Kinnigoli: Despite Trap Laid, Big Cat Continues to Play Hide-and-seek at Kemral
Moodbidri: Cow Tied in Shed Falls Prey to Leopard in Kadandale
Bantwal: Leopard Drags away Calf from Cowshed in Kempugudde of Karpe
Kinnigoli: Leopard Doing Daytime Rounds in Kemral Worries Residents
Moodbidri: Eight-year-old Female Leopard Found Dead in Badagamijar
Mangalore: Leopard ‘Spotted’ on Tree on Kenjar-Adyapady Road at Sunset Time
Udupi: Leopard Trapped in Well in Boginahadi Marne, Escapes after Rescue
Karkala: Leopard Reportedly Spotted near St Lawrence Church in Attur
Udupi: Elusive Leopards Play Hide-and-seek in Manipal and Innanje
Beltangady: Lack of Facilities Causes Death of Leopard Caught in Snare
Kinnigoli: Leopard Trapped in Snare Laid for Wild Boars at Aikala, Escapes before Capture
Karkala: Calf Falls Prey to Leopard in Mundkur – Public Resent Official Apathy
Moodbidri: Now Leopard Scare in Pidamale near Kallamundkur as Well!
Kinnigoli: Leopard Drags away Pet Dog at Evening-time as Owners Watch Helplessly!
Kundapur: Leopard on Hot Chase of Cat Races up Electric Pole, Gets Electrocuted
Kinnigoli: Leopard and Litter Continue to Play Hide-and-Seek near Kollurpadavu
Mulki: Mother and Son Save Themselves as Leopard Chases Them at Dendottu
Kundapur: Leopard Keeps Eluding Forest Personnel and Residents
Udupi: Leopard Gets Trapped in Snare Set for Wild Boars and Dies
Udupi: Leopard Shows Class and Taste by Devouring Doberman in Matapady Home!
Karkala: Leopard on the Prowl in Hirgana – Calf in Cowshed Falls Prey
Mulki: Big Cat ‘Spotted’! – Residents of Punaroor Surroundings Living in Fear
Mulki: In Leopard’s Trail – A Long Wait with Cage for the Elusive Big Cat
Mangalore: Addition of Two More to Pilikula Park Makes it a Dozen of LeopardLeague!
Karkala: Leopard Drags away and Devours Calf as Humans Watch in Disbelief!
Mangalore: Leopard Cub Shows up in Kuntalaguli of Konaje
Udupi: Leopard on the Prowl again in Pernankila, Attacks Cattle during Daytime
Udupi: Forest Department Personnel Trap A Rare Black Panther Hiding in a  House
Manipal: Leopard Surfaces at Perdur – Eyewitnesses Ask Public to Take Care
Karkala: Leopard Trapped in Well Rescued and Released into Forest
Karkala: Wounded Leopard Dies of Injuries – Victim of Official Negligence
Karkala: Injured Leopard Takes Shelter in Outhouse, Escapes Capture
Udupi: Man Injured in Leopard Attack near Kokkarne
Mangalore: This Chirpy, Perky Leopard Cub is Everyone’s Darling at Pilikula!
Mangalore: Reported Appearance of Leopard at Permude Creates Scare
Kundapur: Leopard, Chasing a Dog, Dies of Falling into Well
Mangalore: Leopard Caught near Vittal Succumbs to Injuries
Bantwal: Leopard Caught in Trap Rescued and Taken to Pililkula
Karkala: Leopard ‘Spotted’ in Veranda of House in Bola!
Karkala: Leopard Comes to Town, Rescued and Given Safe Passage
Mysore: After Elephants, Leopard Comes Calling at Cultural Capital!
Bantwal: Leopard Caught in Trap Rescued and Taken to Pililkula
Karkala: Leopard Comes to Town, Rescued and Given Safe Passage
Mumbai: Leopard Strays into Hema Malini’s Bungalow 

1 Comment

  1. So called Forest areas are in the revenue records of the Government only. Most of them were encroached by our greedy brethren. Once we occupy their domain then the wild Animals has to occupy our domain for food and shelter. There is no surprise very soon we will a Leapord in Hampankatta.

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