Notes on sightings from a birding walk at Karnala Bird Sanctuary with BNHS on Dr Salim Ali’s birthday
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
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
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
Cut off from the world, the hours and days were filled with sights and experiences. Birds, inclement weather and elusive mammal sightings made this trip to Pangot memorable. It was digital detox royale!
In Valparai, an Eden of wilderness tucked away in the Anaimalai range of the Western Ghats, wildlife is easy to observe… and miss.
The Andamans. Looking out of the window of a passenger aircraft descending to land, it looks like any other mass of land. Look closely you will see the work of a maverick artist with a sense of humour
A swimming tiger! This was the first time in 4,000 safaris that the boat driver and the naturalist had seen a tiger in the water in Kabini
Wisdom and musings from a 50-minute encounter with a leopard in Nagarahole
Confusing a mongoose for a fox isn’t an act of uninformed stupidity. It means something is amiss with your Semantic Network