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  • Wild Animals in Central India by A. A. Dunbar Brander The book “Wild Animals in Central India” by A. A. Dunbar Brander was first published in 1923 and still remains as a classic and will […]

    Wild Animals in Central India

    Wild Animals in Central India by A. A. Dunbar Brander The book “Wild Animals in Central India” by A. A. Dunbar Brander was first published in 1923 and still remains as a classic and will […]

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  • A morning with Jhurjhura Tigress The sad demise of Jhurjhura tigress has brought back all those nice memories that a wildlifer can only hope for. http://www.indiawilds.com/diary/bandhavgarh-tigress-runover-by-jeep I can still remember that warm summer morning. It […]

    A morning with Jhurjhura Tigress in Bandhavgarh

    A morning with Jhurjhura Tigress The sad demise of Jhurjhura tigress has brought back all those nice memories that a wildlifer can only hope for. http://www.indiawilds.com/diary/bandhavgarh-tigress-runover-by-jeep I can still remember that warm summer morning. It […]

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  • IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 2 Issue V I have been studying the African National Parks to glean best practices that can be implemented here in India. I have shared my learnings so far in the IndiaWilds […]

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 2 Issue V

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 2 Issue V I have been studying the African National Parks to glean best practices that can be implemented here in India. I have shared my learnings so far in the IndiaWilds […]

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  • In the Wilds of Bandipur with TNA Perumal Laxminarayanan and his brother Hari had wanted to go to Bandipur, and were urging me to plan a trip. Mr. TNA Perumal, the doyen of wildlife photography […]

    In the Wilds of Bandipur with TNA Perumal

    In the Wilds of Bandipur with TNA Perumal Laxminarayanan and his brother Hari had wanted to go to Bandipur, and were urging me to plan a trip. Mr. TNA Perumal, the doyen of wildlife photography […]

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  • IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 2 Issue IV I believe it is a good idea to do benchmarking; after all, life is all about change for the better. In the IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 1 Issue XI (http://www.indiawilds.com/diary/indiawilds-newsletter-vol-1-issue-xi), […]

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 2 Issue IV

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 2 Issue IV I believe it is a good idea to do benchmarking; after all, life is all about change for the better. In the IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 1 Issue XI (http://www.indiawilds.com/diary/indiawilds-newsletter-vol-1-issue-xi), […]

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  • IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.2 Issue III Wilderness Areas: A Critical Look What is the fate of our wilderness areas? This question was posed to me recently. What is the difference between Van Vihar near Bhopal and […]

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.2 Issue III

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.2 Issue III Wilderness Areas: A Critical Look What is the fate of our wilderness areas? This question was posed to me recently. What is the difference between Van Vihar near Bhopal and […]

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  • IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue XI Wildlife Sanctuaries in Africa and India- A comparison: It is a good practice to do some benchmarking exercises. So to start with, I thought of having a look at African […]

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue XI

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue XI Wildlife Sanctuaries in Africa and India- A comparison: It is a good practice to do some benchmarking exercises. So to start with, I thought of having a look at African […]

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  • IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue VIII Impact of our Tribals on our Wildlerness: I was with the WWF team in a meeting with the Muduvans in the Chinar Wildlife Sanctuary. I was told that they had […]

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue VIII

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue VIII Impact of our Tribals on our Wildlerness: I was with the WWF team in a meeting with the Muduvans in the Chinar Wildlife Sanctuary. I was told that they had […]

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  • When the Wildlife Hits Back: Tales from the Land of the Tiger  On two occasions I had been charged by a tiger. When people hear this, the immediate reaction is “Wow”. Immediately, they feel jealous. […]

    When Wildife Hits Back

    When the Wildlife Hits Back: Tales from the Land of the Tiger  On two occasions I had been charged by a tiger. When people hear this, the immediate reaction is “Wow”. Immediately, they feel jealous. […]

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