Are you a nature lover and a quizzer? The Green Ogre Nature Quiz is designed to help you while away your time fruitfully — and feel smart! Continue reading Introducing… The Green Ogre Nature Quiz!
Seeing one White-naped Woodpecker is exciting. Seeing a pair at work in the woodland is a bonus. And here’s a fun fact about the bird’s Latin name. Continue reading TL;DR – White-naped Woodpecker Double Bill
There are no ugly ducklings. And here’s proof! Just one look at these adorable young Indian Spot-billed Ducks and you’ll want to adopt them Continue reading TL;DR – No Ugly Ducklings
Little Grebes are tiny wetland birds specially adapted for diving in search of food. Each dive can last up to 30 seconds! Continue reading TL;DR – Little Grebe, Holy Diver, Tireless Parent
Pheasant-tailed Jacanas exhibit polyandry, a reversal of sexual roles in which a female courts and maintains a harem of males Continue reading TL;DR – Pheasant-Tailed Jacanas in Love
Black-winged Stilts are anxious parents, always patrolling their nesting sites. Predators get a brutal sendoff. Continue reading TL;DR – Black-winged Stilts, helicopter parents
Bring the grasslands back, rethink mindless tree-planting projects, and we will begin to hear the skylark again. Continue reading TL;DR: Oriental Skylark, Grassland Songster
The harsh habitat of the Zanzibar coastline shelters a uniquely adapted reptile, the African Coral-rag Skink Continue reading Encounter – African Coral-rag Skink
Saul Kere is one of the richest biodiversity areas in urban Bengaluru and a birding hotspot. However, thoughtless development may put an end to that Continue reading Make Bengaluru’s Saul Kere bird-friendly again
Love frogs and snakes but reluctant to get your boots muddy? Join Vibhu Varshney on a vicarious visual journey herping in God’s Own Country! Continue reading Kissing frogs in pouring rain – a herping diary from Munnar
Close encounters with a nesting Malabar Whistling-thrush in the violated hill station of Munnar Continue reading Song Sung Blue – A Malabar Whistling-thrush broods in Muthirapuzha
Dead trees are vital habitats for nourishing life. Then why do we have a problem with them? Continue reading The trees are dead! Long live the forest!