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A Sneak-Peek Into The Life Of A Desert Fox

Nayan KhanolkarAce photographer Nayan Khanolkar introduces Sanctuary readers to a desert fox family from the Tal Chhapar Sanctuary in Rajasthan through a marvelous photo spread, embellished by valuable insights from field biologists…

Wildlife and Conservation Photographer T.N.A. Perumal’s World

T.N.A. PerumalT.N.A. Perumal, wildlife photographer extraordinaire and a true legend, treats every image as an art form. He believes the play of light produces effects that make the image. Aesthetics of an image need to be respected. He takes the…

Young Shutterbugs

Pramod SamantThis photo feature showcases five young photographers, who are lighting up the conservation and wildlife photography arena in India.

Avian Encounters

Raj DhageBirds are believed to have begun evolving in the Jurassic Period. Categorised as Aves, these living descendants of the dinosaurs have been gifted with remarkable physical assets, virtually all geared for survival through the mastery of the skies.

Awesome Africa – The Annual Wildebeest Migration

Aditya SinghAditya Singh, Sanctuary Wildlfie Photographer of the year 2011, operates a small lodge, The Ranthambore Bagh, on the outskirts of the Ranthambore National Park. He is passionate about wildlife conservation and photography. Here, he shares his…

Canon Wild Clicks 5 – India’s Only Live Photography Contest

Daanish Shastri

Corbett Tiger Reserve saw several budding wildlife photographers from across the country come together for Canon Wild Clicks – 5 organised by Nature Wanderers, in association with Sanctuary Asia and Wildcraft…

Living Legends

Shivaram SubramaniamA million tiger images float around the web – uploaded to facebook or twitter by excited first time visitors, amateur naturalists, famous photographers or expert biologists. Each image tells its very own personal story – but…

Fine Young Wildlife Photographers

Daanish ShastriThis Sanctuary Cub photo feature showcases four young photographers who are going to be the torchbearers of the future of conservation and wildlife photography in India.

Croaking Out Loud

Bert WillaertPresented are the winning images from a nationwide amphibian photography contest conceptualised by Lost Amphibians of India (LAI), powered by Sanctuary Asia with Dr. Caesar Photography (DCP) as the operational partner.…

Agumbe – Paradise On Earth

Janaki LeninAn appreciation – In 2005, Romulus Whitaker set up the Agumbe Rainforest Research Station (ARRS) after he spent time exploring these amazing rainforests, where he saw his very first wild king cobra.

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