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Eminent Scientist Proposes ‘Half Earth’ Theory To Halt ‘Biological Holocaust’

A two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, Dr. E.O. Wilson is widely considered the world’s foremost advocate for biodiversity. The 85-year-old Harvard University scientist has proposed that half the world be set aside for the protection… Read More

SC Halts Clearance Spree, Sends Notice To Centre

C.B. Singh is the unlikely man of the hour as wildlife conservationists celebrate a Supreme Court directive to put on hold all decisions taken by the newly re-constituted National Board of Wildlife. Singh, a marketing and… Read More

Rare Butterfly Species, Kaiser-I-Hind, Photographed In Arunachal

Lepidopterists and butterfly enthusiasts in India have reason to celebrate.  Participants at a butterfly meet, held in Arunachal Pradesh’s Ziro village in August, were blessed with a photographic opportunity of a lifetime… Read More

Cover Story

Leopard Conflict On The Rise

India’s ‘leopard problem’ is a chronicle of a crisis foretold. Kailash Sankhala, the first Director of Project Tiger had warned the Indian Board for Wildlife that the spotted cat was being forced into unwelcome proximity…


The Humble Barnacle

Anjana Manjunath saw goose barnacles on a Goan beach, which had entrusted their survival to a plastic bottle to which they had attached themselves and ponders the fate of marine life, now at the mercy of humans.

Featured Interview

Meet Thanjavur Nateshacharya Ayyam Perumal – Conservation Photographer Par Excellence

T.N.A. PerumalLong before the digital photography revolution, long before the rationale of shooting wildlife with a camera rather than a gun had become fully accepted, there was T.N.A. Perumal.…

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Manas National Park

Photo: Bernard Castelein.Against the backdrop of the Eastern Himalayas lies a grass and jungle habitat of unp...
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