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Oxford Anthology of Indian Wildlife

In today's scenario, shikar has no relevance as a modern sport but it remains an important part of Indian culture and history. This anthology, first of a two-volume set, brings together wildlife writings from the days of the Raj spanning 150 years.

The Food Revolution

Heart disease, osteoporosis, genetically modified food, mad cow disease... John Robbins writes about how what we eat influences our health in The Food Revolution.

The Tiger in India

J.C. Daniel's book, The Tiger in India - A Natural History draws on archival records to produce a comprehensive natural history volume on the striped predator.

For the Forests

In her forward, palaeobotanist, Mary E. White writes, "Tasmania has the tallest forests in the southern hemisphere, some of the greatest areas of pristine temperate Gondwanan rainforest found anywhere…

Ideas for Outdoor Plants

Ideas for Outdoor Plants is an interesting booklet primarily aimed at teachers and students to inspire and foster a positive attitude towards the environment.

A Birdwatcher's Guide to India

Want to sight an Ibisbill in India? Look up the new Indian edition of the A Birdwatcher's Guide to India and read about the best birdwatching havens in the country.

Butterflies of Peninsular India

"There is no better instrument to broaden interest in the living environment on the part of the public at large than inexpensive, user-friendly field guides.

Wolf Trails

Join the handsome Copperleaf wolf pack in their fascinating journey to freedom. The book opens in a fenced yard where wolves are imprisoned and kept in an animal experimentation laboratory by an unfeeling…

Flowers of Sahyadri

Yellow, purple, bright pink, orange... a myriad hues greet the reader of Flowers of Sahyadri. Probably the first detailed field guide on the flora of the breathtaking Sahyadri ranges of the Western Ghats in peninsular India, this is a beautifully illustrated book. This valuable guide covers 500 flowers occurring in these ranges.


"Is the tiger a lost cause, or is there some reason for hope?" K. Ullas Karanth, one of India's best known tiger specialists asks and then goes on to convincingly make a case for tiger…

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