Save the BUSTARD What can we learn from the UK Great Bustard reintroduction?
Dangerously close to extinction, the Great Indian Bustard’s survival depends upon close co-operation, grassland protection and habitat restoration, among other concerns.
Wonder Birds Chasing the wonder at yonder
The author takes us along on her regular pilgrimmage into the Himalayan mountains, for a glimpse of the ever elusive Ibisbill.
Off the Beaten Track Hiking via Dinarica- Albania, Montenegro and Kosovo
The author takes us on a hiking trip to Via Dinarica, through Albania, Montenegro and Kosovo.
Mahseer Survival Conservation of Golden mahseer Tor putitora: Innovations to Policy Interventions
The author describes the threats faced by the mahseer population and explains ways to minimize the looming peril to the species.
The Last Climb
The story is an adventure that began with a knee injury. Dr Johnsingh takes us along on this rousing and memorable climb.
Land of Fire and Ice
A trip that takes you into the ring of fire.
Harmful Reverence Unregulated pilgrimages to religious sites within forest areas
Destroying the habitat and spreading filth around temple locations set in the serene depths of the Indian forests, the crush of humanity is like an unruly beast. This issue needs to be urgently restricted and regulated.
Diving into the waters of Bali, according to the author, is a memorable experience.
A photographer’s journey through the Antarctic is an expedition packed with awe-inspiring vistas, magnificent wildlife, perilous travel and unforgettable memories.
Covid Catastrophe Relooking At Wildlife Trade
With the deadly Covid 19 pandemic, the consumption and trade of wildlife species has been thrown into keen focus the world over; along with our shortcomings in dealing with the same. The article tries to put before us ways to manage the crisis
The Last Shangri-La
In the high Himalayas lies the beautiful and mysterious land of Ladakh. The author takes us on an expedition through this wondrous terrain.
Wolves at bay!
The Lion-man and 40,000 years of wildlife management.
The gushing waters of the Tirthan bears within it a conflict of species which, if not regulated and monitored, could lead to the suppression and end of the native genus.
Dr Rahmani’s words are a call to arms, for citizens to take heed and protect our feathered friends from being decimated.
Maitreya — a teenager, a birding enthusiast and a published author — is ready to whisk us away to one of the most megadiverse countries’ in the world, Colombia. Get ready to be blown away by its breathtaking assemblage of birds!
For a few magical days, the authors exchange their jaded urban lives for a forest camp in Assam and discover a hidden gem.
MEMORIES of MAYA
The author recounts his enlivening encounter with the tigress Maya, one he had seen and photographed seven years earlier as a sub-adult.
A RARE Phenomenon
The author’s dream to see a black panther in the wilderness comes to fruition in the jungles of Kabini.
A Parliament of Birds
A birding paradise, Mizoram beckons all bird lovers to delight in its plumed and feathered treasures.
Cat Out Of The Bag
Discussing the IRS or the Interim Relief Scheme for compensating livestock losses in the Ramnagar Forest Division, the author witnesses first-hand its lack of application.
‘Saving the tiger means saving every living organism’ – is not an easy maxim to follow. Dr. Johnsingh takes us through the facts and figures of the battle for tiger conservation in order to find a lasting resolution.
The Botswana Predicament: From Conservation To Carnage?
An already difficult place to access, Botswana may take a further hit to its tourism industry if the country goes back to being a killing ground for its elephants.
A passionate love for wildlife comes alive in the captivating brush strokes of Sushma Jain.
Furry To Winged Flurry The Life Of A Young Shikra
Following the activities of a family of Shikras at close range, the author reveals in interesting detail the life of a Shikra from infancy to sub-adulthood.
Familial Feelings - The Small World Of The Snake Eagle
Ensconced in the trees is the world of the raptors. The author takes us on an exciting journey on the wings of the snake eagle.
Dogged Concerns - Who Let The Dogs Eat?
‘Love is what love does’ – is this blinkered love for our canine friends fashioning a perilous ecosystem for us all? A subject of some delicacy, but a matter that needs to be dealt with immediately.
Expanding Horizons - The Wildlife Institute Of India — A Valuable Natural Resource
Reminiscing about his visit into the wilderness of India, Dr Krausman recounts his experiences working alongside the WII in their dedicated perseverance of wildlife studies in this country.
Daunting Trails - Experiences Of Monitoring Ibex Populations In The Trans-Himalayas
The author recounts with explicit details the formidable and informative experience of traversing the Pin valley in search of the majestic Ibex.
Beguiling Bears -The Realm Of The Bears
The author captivates us with an entrancing view of the magnificent realm of the Kamchatka bears and of the marvellous omnivores themselves.
At The Edge Of Civilization - Life In The Amazon Basin
The unspoilt riparian Ribereños of the Amazon basin are being gradually brought into the folds of the ongoing preservation efforts of the Amazon rainforest. The author brings us this story from the very heart of these developments.