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My Favourite Things!

Five award-winning wildlife photographers present the one image of theirs that finds place in their hearts as a favourite.

“The Black-and-rufous Flycatcher is a bird endemic to the central and southern Western Ghats and closely associated with the densely wooded forest…

Three Young Shutterbugs

Daksh ChadhaThree budding photographers display their skills with a camera.

Family Feuds

Archna SinghIntraspecific aggression takes place when individuals of the same species clash to compete for mates, food, territory… perhaps even such resources as a waterhole in which to cool off in summer. This is different to interspecific competition,…

Art On Track

Conservationist Valmik Thapar conceives and catalyses a stunning tiger-art-themed initiative that is sure to set a new trend across India. Talented artists bring the walls of the Sawai Madhopur Heritage Railway Station alive with wildlife paintings that will delight the lakhs…

Flood In Kaziranga

The annual monsoons submerge a major part of Assam’s Kaziranga National Park situated on the floodplains of the mighty Brahmaputra river. The park is home to around 2,400 rhinos, 800 swamp deer, 1,000 elephants, over 1,000 wild buffaloes, more than 100 tigers as well as…

Totally Terrific Tree Barks

Anish AndheriaThere is one part of the tree that does not get as much attention as the other, ‘prettier’ ones such as the leaf, flower or fruit – the tree bark – the outer, usually brown covering of the trunk and branch. Did you know that the bark…

Butterflies Of Buxa

A sprawling, rich wilderness in the state of West Bengal, the Buxa Tiger Reserve sweeps across more than 700 sq. km. of eight forest types ranging from sal, riverine, and evergreen, to dry-mixed glades that host uncounted species of plants and animals. While this was once a famous …

Landscapes Of Hope

Baiju PatilA palette of vistas from across Asia showcase diverse ecosystems that underscore the truth that the value of landscapes far exceeds their aesthetic appeal.

Wonderful Woodpeckers

Debapratim SahaMother Nature has designed woodpeckers with speed and strength in mind! These awesome birds can peck as fast as 20 times per second, and in all, clock between 8,000 and 12,000 pecks per day. What other design tricks did Mother Nature include…


Purva Variyar delved into the world of biological photography to showcase nature’s marvels up-close.

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