Our Living Planet

Meet 2016's Sanctuary Wildlife Award winners, the men
and women who represent the very best of conservation
and Earth-patriotism.

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News

Vietnam Destroys More Than Two Tons Of Ivory And Rhino Horns

With elephants and rhinoceroses facing an increasing poaching crisis, Vietnam today destroyed 2,177.5 kg of elephant ivory, 70.1 kg of rhinoceros horns, together with a number of specimens from wild tiger and bear, that were… Read More

WCS Campaigns Against Nigeria’s Superhighway

The Wildlife Conservation Society has launched an international campaign to urge the Nigerian government into rethinking its plans of constructing a ‘superhighway’ that threatens to displace local communities, and fragment… Read More

WWF Living Planet Report: Wildlife Numbers Have Plummeted

World Wide Fund for Nature’s (WWF) Living Planet Report 2016 reveals the challenges humanity is bound to face unless urgent, collective action is taken. Read More

Cover Story

Messages Etched In Wood ...That Human Policies Ignore

Messages Etched in Wood are ignored by human policies, writes journalist-conservationist Neha Sinha, citing wrenching examples of the fall-out of poor policy as she picks at the seams of India’s new …

FEATURE Story

Straight To Walong

This is a light-hearted paean to the joys of birding and to the great outdoors as Ram Gopalakrishnan travels right to the Chinese border in search of the birds that give his life meaning.

Featured Interview

Meet S.E.H. Kazmi

Bittu Sahgal speaks to Sanctuary’s Lifetime Service Award winner of 2016 S.E.H. Kazmi, who has had a profound influence on the conservation map of Palamau and Hazaribagh for over three decades and will continue to do so.

Featured Destinations

Manas National Park

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