Sailing to Gudvangen amid the fjords of Norway is a veritable geography lesson. And Douglas Adams wasn’t off the mark in his description of the country
In Jayamangali, the blackbuck roam free and majestic, but human encroachment around the sanctuary is a cause for concern
Sunlight and butterflies are a potent combination to chase away the blues
Beholding a sea of red poppies in the Netherlands spills forth a voyage of musings and memories of pages thumbed. Take a walk with Andy
A run in with a rat snake prompts a question about conservation and ethics while setting up nest-boxes for Eastern Bluebirds
In the Netherlands, flowers are blooming, waterfowl are cackling. The days are growing longer. Spring is here and a new cycle of seasons has begun
A rabbit-eating tortoise. An ungrateful parakeet. An orphaned baby bat. Three weird, funny and moving tales from the animal kingdom as it knocks heads with the Anthropocene
That’s the way a wetland dies. It desiccates and seeps into memory, and then awaits a rain of retrospective wisdom that may never come.
It was a cold, windy night on the coast of North Carolina. But there was a celestial event that brought one determined photographer out to gaze skyward – the blood moon!
Mangalajodi in Odisha is not just a winter birding hotspot. To the passionate birder, this is a place of pilgrimage. Besides the opportunity to watch a number of species at extremely close quarters with minimum intrusion, it offers something else — serenity