Sanctuary Asia And Aircel Organise Kids For Tigers’ National Camp At The Pench Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra
Long walks in the lap of nature, drives through forest roads, camp fires, starlit night skies, sleeping to the sounds of frogs and insects, waking up to the sweet songs of birds… a wonderful group of seven kids from around… Read More
Author: Bittu Sahgal Going by our Intelligence Bureau (IB) and some of the voices in the government, anyone asking for the protection of the country’s forests, its rivers or its coasts is anti-national… Read More
In an announcement made on June 1, environmental philanthropists from India, China, the United Arab Emirates and the United States have come together to provide $80 million in funding to change the course of wild cat protection… Read More
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 best way to get to know a wild place is to walk the landscape. Nimesh Ved shares memorable moments from treks in Mizoram’s Dampa, one of India’s most fascinating, and fragile, tiger reserves.
Long 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.…