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  • IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue III

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue III Tiger Translocation: Panacea of all ills? Sariska or rather the poaching of all the tigers from Sariska was a reflection of the sad state of our wildlife management in this […]

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  • State of Wildlife Tourism: When will the wildlife tourism sector practice what it preaches – that it is non-consumptive and has minimal impact on the wildlife and wilderness? When will our wildlife tourism sector understand […]

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue II

    State of Wildlife Tourism: When will the wildlife tourism sector practice what it preaches – that it is non-consumptive and has minimal impact on the wildlife and wilderness? When will our wildlife tourism sector understand […]

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  • No Tigers in Sariska Tiger Reserve It was our first trip to Sariska Tiger Reserve. I was getting impatient. The speedometer indicated it would not be safe to drive faster, given the numerous villages and […]

    Sariska Tiger Reserve

    No Tigers in Sariska Tiger Reserve It was our first trip to Sariska Tiger Reserve. I was getting impatient. The speedometer indicated it would not be safe to drive faster, given the numerous villages and […]

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  • Birds in our Backyard It was a winter morning, and I decided to have my morning cup of tea in the sun. Suddenly I noticed a bird in the swampy land adjoining my house taking […]

    Birds in our Backyard

    Birds in our Backyard It was a winter morning, and I decided to have my morning cup of tea in the sun. Suddenly I noticed a bird in the swampy land adjoining my house taking […]

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  • Tigers in the Dark

    Tigers in the dark Its been three long years, since I had this amazing experience of wild india. It was the summer of 2005. Surjit called me to ask if I would be able […]

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  • Tourism: Boon or Bane Wildlife tourism is viewed as a mode of protecting our wildplaces. The monetary benefits accruing out of wildlife tourism is used to justify spending on creation and maintenance of wildlife sanctuaries […]

    Wildlife Tourism: Boon or Bane?

    Tourism: Boon or Bane Wildlife tourism is viewed as a mode of protecting our wildplaces. The monetary benefits accruing out of wildlife tourism is used to justify spending on creation and maintenance of wildlife sanctuaries […]

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  • Segur Road Couple of years back, I was in Masinagudi for the first time. I was driving on the segur road. Dusk was fast approaching and I was looking for a cup of hot tea […]

    Segur Road

    Segur Road Couple of years back, I was in Masinagudi for the first time. I was driving on the segur road. Dusk was fast approaching and I was looking for a cup of hot tea […]

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  • Right of Way

    Right of Way Roads have been the bane of most of our wild areas. Some of the pristine wildlife habitats have been dissected by roads. In the early part of the 21st Century, the […]

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  • 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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  • Impact of Plastics on wild animals

    Impact of Plastics on wild animals Plastics are not only harming humans and degrading the environment, but there is a big impact of plastics on wild animals. I would like to share the following account […]

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