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The Sanctuary Debate 2018

The Sanctuary Nature Foundation is delighted to present the first-ever Sanctuary Debate to be held on October 24, 2018, 6 p.m. onwards, at The Royal Opera House, Mumbai.

TOFTigers Wildlife Tourism Awards 2018

The sustainable nature tourism action charity, TOFTigers in association with Sanctuary Nature Foundation have combined to bring together the 5th TOFTigers Wildlife Tourism Awards 2018.

Go Birding To Honour The Bird Man Of India

Participate in the bird count organised by BNHS on November 12, 2017.

The Sanctuary Wildlife Photography Festival 2017

The first-ever Sanctuary Wildlife Photography Festival 2017 is set to take Mumbai by storm. You don't want to miss this! Organised in association with, and supported by the Urvi Ashok Piramal Foundation and the M. R. Morarka Foundation, the festival will be held at the Royal Opera House (ROH) in partnership with  'The Quarter' and ROH between November 4-10, 2017. 

Sanctuary Wildlife Photography Workshops 2017

The Sanctuary Nature Foundation is delighted to present the first-ever Sanctuary Wildlife Photography Festival 2017. As part of the festival, Sanctuary is organising two very special workshops, one each for beginners and advanced photographers. As part of the extended Sanctuary family we think you would really benefit from this unique opportunity to engage with some of India’s most accomplished wildlife photographers.

BNHS To Host The Release Of ‘Indira Gandhi: A Life In Nature’ Authored By Jairam Ramesh

BNHS is set to host the release function of ‘Indira Gandhi – A Life in Nature’ penned by Jairam Ramesh, MP and former Minister of Environment and Forests, which narrates the compelling story of Indira Gandhi – the naturalist on Monday, 10th July at Hornbill House. An established politician and author of numerous bestselling books, Jairam Ramesh will shed some light on the book during the book release function.

The Sanctuary Panna Wilderness Forever Photography Contest 2017 – Call For Entries

The Panna landscape broadly overlaps with the Panna Biosphere Reserve. It includes, three Protected Areas; Panna national park, Gangau wildlife sanctuary and Ken-Gharial sanctuaries. It is one of the most unique natural landscapes of our country. With its unique geological setting, the Ken river flowing through its gorges, the sheer rock cliffs with vital habitats of the critically endangered vultures, Peregrine Falcons…

Screening Of 'Crude – The Real Price Of Oil' And Discussion Led By Darryl D'Monte

On Friday, February 24, Vikalp@Prithvi will screen Crude - The Real Price of Oil directed by Joe Berlinger, followed by a discussion led by Darryl D'Monte, Chairman Emeritus, Forum of Environmental Journalists in India.

BNHS Camp To Bandhavgarh National Park In June

Once the abode of maharajas, Bandhavgarh is royalty at its best. One of the best national parks in the country to see a tiger, very few have returned disappointed from this place without a sighting. Join BNHS as we take you to witness the real rulers of the jungle, the Tiger. Besides Tiger, the Park is also home to other mammals like Four-horned Antelope (Chousingha), Sambar, Barking Deer, Leopard, Gaur, Indian Wild…

City Water Walks: Powai Lake – Mumbai – With Dr. Parvish Pandya

Moving Upstream is a project of the Veditum India Foundation, a 3,000 km. walk along the length of the Ganga, starting from the sink at Sagar Island in West Bengal to the source at Tapovan in Uttarakhand, and tracing in reverse the main stem of the river that supports…

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