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‘Three Lakes View’ Trail At Sanjay Gandhi National Park

The Sanctuary team is organising a nature trail for subscribers in the Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP) on March 6, 2016. The trail is suitable for people of all age groups and we look forward to seeing you and your family.

Bombay Natural History Society Flamingo Festival

The Bombay Natural History Society is conducting the annual Flamingo Festival on March 5 at the Sewri Jetty from 12.30 pm until sunset. The event which takes the form of a nature fair will include an illustrative exhibition, interactive nature education activities, felicitation of winners of competitions and much more!

Flamingo And Wader Watch For Sanctuary Subscribers

The flamingos are in Mumbai and you could be one among a select group of Sanctuary Asia subscribers to join our team as they revel in the magic of observing and photographing these marvellous birds at the Sewri mudflats. If you haven't subscribed to our magazine yet, there couldn't be better reason to do so.

Nature's Narratives: Writing Outdoors In India By Stephen Alter

With over 15 books to his name, including Becoming a Mountain: Himalayan Journeys in Search of the Sacred and the Sublime, Stephen Alter was writer-in-residence at MIT for 10 years and is one of India’s foremost nature writers. The Godrej India Culture Lab in collaboration with Sanctuary Asia and the Himalayan Club kickstart their Nature Month with a special talk by him.

Tiger Boy – How Kids Can Help Protect Tigers

Sanctuary is delighted to be part of the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2016. On February 7, Sanctuary Asia Editor Bittu Sahgal will be in conversation with Anushka Ravishankar, co-founder of Duckbill books, about the book Tiger Boy by Mitali Perkins. This is the story of one boy's battle to save the tiger in his beloved Sunderbans. You can expect an animated discussion with the young audience about the…

Nature And Wildlife Of India – A Photography Exhibition

Kanan Bhuta and Karlette Joseph have been friends since over 15 years. The exhibition is a collection their photographs over the years that have been shot all over India – Ranthambhore, Bharatpur, Bhigwan, Mumbai, Nagpur, Bandhavgarh, Great Rann of Kutch and Tadoba. Kanan Bhuta is a bird enthusiast and nature lover and Karlette Joseph is a nature admirer and also an acrylic abstract artist.

Come see India through…

Photography Competition: Beautiful Trees Of Maharashtra

As part of the 55th  annual Vegetable, Fruits and Flower Show (VFF show) by the National Society of the Friends of the Trees, a photography competition has been organised on the theme ‘Beautiful Trees of Maharashtra’.

Young Ecologists Talk And Interact 2016

The student conference ‘Young Ecologists Talk and Interact (YETI) 2016’ is a platform for students and young ecologists from across India to present and discuss their work, exchange ideas and forge collaborations with contemporaries across the country.

BNHS Revives The Sálim Ali Bird Count

It’s time to awaken the bird watcher in you
Participate in the Sálim Ali Bird Count organized by BNHS

Mumbai: 10th November: To commemorate the birth anniversary (12th November) of the ‘Bird Man of India’, late Dr Sálim Ali (1896-1987), BNHS-India announces the revival of the Sálim Ali Bird Count across India. The date for this year’s Bird Count has been finalized for…

CMS Vatavaran – Environment And Wildlife International Film Festival

And environment and wildlife film festival and forum, CMS VATAVARAN 2015 will be an amalgamation of celebration and discourse with screenings, forums on critical water issues, workshops on filmmaking, exhibitions, green haat and much more.