In April 2019, Sanctuary’s Project Leaders Sandhya Rani and Marina Juliet conducted a three day snakebite awareness camp at The Gerry Martin Project (TGMP) field station in Karnataka. The camp was organised… Read More
To mark World Forest Day and World Sparrow Day, which respectively fall on the 20th and 21st of March, Sanctuary's Project Leader Bhuvaneshwara HC led workshops on the importance of forests and conservation for over 100… Read More
On March 10, 2019, Sanctuary's Mud on Boots Project Leader Malhar Indulkar led 15 students on a clean-up drive at Maulichi kond, a sacred grove along the Terekhol river in Sindhudurg, Maharashtra. Read More
It was March 2012. I was in the Lower Dibang Valley district of Arunachal Pradesh conducting surveys for a renowned conservation organisation to determine tiger presence outside Protected Areas of Northeast India.
An awestruck Arghya Adhikary takes us along his dramatic journey to Rushikulya, Odisha, where he witnessed one of the most amazing mysteries unfold – the mass nesting and hatching of the olive Ridley turtles.
Born to a Meena tribal family living on the outskirts of Ranthambhore, Rajasthan, this quiet wildlife defender is the epitome of what anyone could want tomorrow’s wildlife conservationist to be. A virtual Pied Piper for the children around…