Are Wild Tigers Secure Today?

No lessons were learned from the Sariska and Panna debacles,
say Lakshmy Raman and Bittu Sahgal.

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Nature Wanderers Announce Winners Of Canon Wild Clicks – 5, India’s Only Live Photography Contest

Corbett National Park saw several budding wildlife photographers from across the country come together for Canon Wild Clicks – Season 5 organised by Nature Wanderers, in association with Sanctuary Asia and Wildcraft from… Read More

Japan Ordered To Halt Whale Hunt

On March 30, 2014, the International Court of Justice, the principal judicial arm of the United Nations, ruled that Japan must stop its annual whale hunt in the Antarctic. Read More

National Green Tribunal Curbs Traffic In Kaziranga Wildlife Corridors

The National Green Tribunal has banned traffic on six sections of National Highway 37, which passes through Kaziranga National Park, identified as wildlife corridors by the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA). Read More

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Post Sariska – Are Wild Tigers Secure Today?

Post the Sariska and Panna debacles, several apparently positive steps have been initiated to save the tiger, but something is missing. India’s planners are not committed to protecting wild India.


Pilgrimage With A Difference

Anisha Jayadevan was a participant in a baseline survey in Uttarakhand – the Great Himalayan Bird Count – and says it was a humbling experience to watch and document the feathered inhabitants of Garhwal…

Featured Interview

Meet Ramrao Nehare – Nature Interpreter And Wildlife Guide From Tadoba

Ramrao NehareMany people shortsightedly take them for granted. All too often they are disrespected by boorish tourists. But some wildlife guides stand tall, rising above the limitations of the guests they…

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Wandur National Park

The Andaman and Nicobar islands are a string of over 300 richly forested tropical islands in the Bay of Benga...