On Their Shoulders

In praise of forest guards, the foundation for wildlife protection in India. Anuradha Marwah and Varun Thakkar document the lives of the forest guards of the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve.

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S.D. Biju Identifies Seven New Frog Species

What hitherto were thought to be a single species of golden-backed frog, have been now assigned their long overdue distinct species statuses thanks to the efforts of S. D. Biju and his team. This revelation adds to Biju’s… Read More

India's First National Code For Dairy Animals' Welfare

Over 300 million dairy animals of India form the world’s largest herd and pose one of the biggest animal welfare challenges. These animals are living in the most repugnant and inhumane conditions causing them immense suffering… Read More

Drugs Contribute To Global Wildlife Population Decline

In the wake of WWF’s devastating ‘Living Planet’ report that discloses that the earth has lost half of its wildlife population over the last 40 years, comes disturbing new research.  A number of recent studies on the… Read More

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On Their Shoulders – In Praise Of The Forest Guards Of India

When Anuradha Marwah and Varun Thakkar suggested to Sanctuary that they would like to spend two weeks living with the forest guards of the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) to document…


Spiti – In the Land Of The Grey Ghost

Ajith Devakumar visits Spiti in its whitest splendour hoping to lay eyes on one of the most mysterious animals on the planet, the snow leopard. Though he fails to sight one, he has other magical experiences…

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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Kaziranga National Park

Photo: T. Shivanandappa.Situated in Nagaon and Golaghat districts of Assam on the southern bank of the Brahma...
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