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Time To Cheer

In the company of affable local guides, Gaurav Sharma navigates the steep slopes of the staggeringly beautiful Great Himalayan National Park to savour the delights of walking hills and valleys populated by Cheer Pheasants and their co-inhabitants.

Dolphins In A Purse

Aboard a purse seiner, off the coast of Karnataka, marine biologist Abhishek Jamalabad witnesses fishermen execute a late-night rescue operation.

War And Peace In The Himalaya

As primate ecologist Himani Nautiyal comes to the end of a year-long study on the central Himalayan langur in the Mandal valley, she shares her notes on conflict mitigation and communities in this Himalayan paradise.

Twitching Along The Mahanadi

Satyesh Naik, Dr. Anup Nayak and Anshu Pragyan discover that the hills along the course of ‘The Great River’ are a treasure trove of avian delights.

Lessons From A Jungle Classroom

Pranav Capila spent time in Nagarahole and Bandipur where he was privy to a compelling Wildlife Crime Prevention Training programme.

Bhoramdeo – The Forgotten Wilderness

Out searching for tigers and their co-inhabitants, Sprih Harsh, Senior Project Offi cer, WWF-India, shares her quiet, unhurried thoughts about a wilderness most people have never heard of, let alone visited.

A Pit Full Of Vipers

National Geographic Young Explorer Munib Khanyari writes about a moon-lit tryst with the slithering beauties of the Emerald Isles.

Reclaiming Mumbai’s Mangroves

Monica Szczupider examines Mumbai’s gross disregard of its mangrove eco-system, and explores the work of a small group of people trying to reclaim and regrow this most vital city organ.

A Pinch Of Salt

As a child, the greyish-pink dolphins that visited the Kochi estuary fascinated Divya Panicker. As an adult she now studies them, and decodes some of their mysteries for Sanctuary Asia readers.

Ocean Wanderers – Pelagic Birds Of The Open Ocean

A flock of birders take to the open sea for 24 hours. Seshadri K.S. recounts the highlights of the expedition.

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