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  1. States want early notification of Ecologically Sensitive Area in Western Ghats

    States express desire to expedite early notification of Ecologically Sensitive Area of Western Ghats

    Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Goa has expressed interest in an early...
  2. India will share best practices in conserving biodiversity : Javadekar

    India will share its best practices and experiences in conserving biodiversity with the rest of the world: Union Environment Minister
    The year 2020 is supposed to be the “SUPER YEAR FOR...
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    Interesting pose. Lovely sighting. I think during...

    Interesting pose. Lovely sighting. I think during lockdown it is unable to trim its whiskers. ;)

    Dying to see a leopard again. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Super lovely sighting. The forehead is well...

    Super lovely sighting. The forehead is well developed. This one looks to have some attitude. For some reason I am imagining this fellow running and ramming its head like a ram. :-) Thanks for...
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    Nice one. Finally the colour of your tiger looks...

    Nice one. Finally the colour of your tiger looks right. It must have been a lovely experience watching this queen in her natural surroundings. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Nice. I always like jackals. Love their spirit....

    Nice. I always like jackals. Love their spirit. When needed they can be very bold. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Is this some forest beat office? Black and white...

    Is this some forest beat office? Black and white conversion looks fine to me. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Sundarban is a lovely place. Not sure when...

    Sundarban is a lovely place. Not sure when lockdown will be removed and travel to tiger reserves allowed. Till then we can only watch the images.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
  9. I think the focus is locked on the hind side of...

    I think the focus is locked on the hind side of the tiger. Which focusing point did you use?
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    The eye contact is nice. I like the fully...

    The eye contact is nice. I like the fully downward wings position. Overall looks lovely. I agree that since you used 1/5000, reducing the ISO to ISO 1000 would have been fine as well. Thanks for...
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    I like the foreleg which is raised and about to...

    I like the foreleg which is raised and about to be placed. i can feel the power. He has battled some rivals and come out on top. Light seems to be low. What time did you shoot it? Thanks for sharing....
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    It is always nice to watch a tiger going about...

    It is always nice to watch a tiger going about its own business in a grassland. It used to be tough when there were lot of villages inside Tadoba. The forest department took some steps to create...
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    The perch is nice. The flowing tail looks nice. I...

    The perch is nice. The flowing tail looks nice. I would have loved a bit more depth of field. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    1/8000 shutter speed? I have never ever used it...

    1/8000 shutter speed? I have never ever used it in my life. In very shaky boats, even with heavy lens at times I go up to 1/3200 or 1/4000 for birds in flight. It would have been great if you would...
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    This is an awesome sighting. Love the looks. And...

    This is an awesome sighting. Love the looks. And the good thing is that it is in the clear without any intervening vegetation. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    I fully agree. Unfortunately the forest...

    I fully agree. Unfortunately the forest department chases revenue so it allows many jeeps and overcrowding is the result. If you ask the forest department they will say that they are following the...
  17. I think more of the kid and less from the right...

    I think more of the kid and less from the right would have enhanced the composition. Kid is an interesting dimension. If you completely ignore the kid and compose then the image of gaurs would be ok...
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    Wow! Cute. The curious kid is oblivious of mom's...

    Wow! Cute. The curious kid is oblivious of mom's emotions. One can get many moody images of langurs. God has trained them to pose. Just that photographers often ignore them due to ignorance. Thanks...
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    Colourful bird. Even a fleeting glimpse of this...

    Colourful bird. Even a fleeting glimpse of this bird is going to lift up spirits. The background is distracting. Around what time was it clicked? Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    We have sighted this one earlier. Sad to see that...

    We have sighted this one earlier. Sad to see that its tusk is partly broken. The way tusks grow in elephants is different. Some are divergent, some cross etc. The tusks make them look even more...
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    Thanks for the comments. Shooting from a motor...

    Thanks for the comments. Shooting from a motor launch has got its own challenges like vibration as well as positioning yourself. You can't also move in the launch for reasons of your safety ie. you...
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    Jungle cat: Sundarbans

    This was from our January Sundarbans trip. This was first day first show.

    Canon EOS 1D Mark II, EF 400mm f2.8 L IS USM lens + EF 2XIII TC ie 800mm, ISO 1600, f7.1, 1/1600, full frame image.
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    Sundarbans Osprey

    This is from our Sundarbans trip in January 2020. This is a cropped image. Shot with Canon EOS 1DX Mark II at 800mm handheld. Since this is a fullframe camera, even with 800mm it becomes a bit small...
  24. With such a close up you are just guiding...

    With such a close up you are just guiding attention to the hind side of the tiger. Shooting wider and without crop would have shown more of the habitat and may have made more sense.

    Cheers,...
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    Nice sighting. Did you do noise reduction and...

    Nice sighting. Did you do noise reduction and then sharpening?
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