Cyclone Hudhud was named after Hudhud the Hoopoe. Hud have thought?
This October, we offer you an image to inspire your travels into the wilderness. The road. Yes, the open road. Happy trails!
An Oriental Skylark in song at Goa’s Chapora Fort evokes Shelley. But you must listen to the song to believe that the poet wasn’t exaggerating in his effusive praise
Gayatri Hazarika wrote this ode to the monsoon during the peak of the rains, but we lazybones are sharing it with you now so that you cherish the last gasp of the season, the final raindrops before winter desiccates the subcontinent. Enjoy this photo essay
On a hot summer morning we went looking for the famed flamingo flock of Osman Sagar. And came across a treasure trove of birds
They say a window of opportunity seldom presents itself twice. Yet, this White-cheeked Barbet seemed to be sitting on one
The lovely post-monsoon light, latticed by the canopy of the Peepal tree into a gossamer curtain of rays, is what inspires us. This Peepal Tree is our leading light this September. May it be yours, too.
August leaves us with grey skies that ache for colour. Luckily, here’s a House Finch that will brighten up your August days. Download and share this wallpaper
A Fourth of July trek report from Mission Peak, California. Warning: Birds inside.
A damselfly in the sun, this Rusty Marsh Dart (Ceriagrion olivaceum), flecked with morning dew awaits the day’s warmth to dry itself.
Meet the only eucalyptus species native to the northern hemisphere, the Mindanao Gum Tree or Rainbow Eucalyptus, so known for the vibrant colored patterns left by its peeling bark