From an apparition to a presence, the endangered Yellow-throated Bulbul regaled us with an appearance on a short birding walk at Rishi Valley.
Hunting, teaching her cubs to hunt, protecting them, and guarding her prey base from competition… for Choti Tara, being a tiger mother is a full-time job. A day out with the resident queen of Jamni grassland in Tadoba and her royal twins
Daytime wildlife spotting in the rainforest can be luckless. But then, walking the coastal trail at Bako National Park, we met the extraordinary Colugo aka the Sunda Flying Lemur
In Tadoba’s Tigerland, the distinction of the most talked-about couple that evening didn’t go to the pair of tigers we saw, but to the Indian Tree Shrew
Come spring, the first thing you would notice in every pocket of woods in Raleigh, NC are dazzling white flowers. Meet the Flowering Dogwood, the state flower of North Carolina
At Telia, in the Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, a tiger played hide and seek in the tall sallow grass. Until its yawn gave its presence away
An unplanned trip to Manchanabele leads to some interesting bird-watching. But also a residue of sadness
The ebb of winter is a fine time for birders. At Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge, a nature photographer has a field day. Here’s a page from his diary
What might happen when you chance upon a sleeping tiger in the heat of the forest? Especially when you are almost within kissing distance of it? Read on!
Few distractions can thwart a morning of birding, especially in late winter when it’s time to “clean up” the migrants. However, stopping to watch a troop of Tufted Gray Langur feast on flowering Gliricidia at Horsley Hills is certainly one