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  1. Forest Officers need to be the Voice of the Voiceless and Act as Trustees Not Owners

    Forest Officers need to be the voice of the voiceless and act as trustees not owners of the vast natural resources
    Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Shri Bhupender Yadav today...
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    The angle is nice. The eye contact has come out...

    The angle is nice. The eye contact has come out well. This looks a serene sight. This reminds me of my childhood days when we used to attempt this kind of drawings of a duck in water. :-) Thanks for...
  3. Lovely sighting. I like the framing. The details...

    Lovely sighting. I like the framing. The details have come out nice. Without the tree stump in front the image would have been even better. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    I agree with Mrudul's comments. Our mind wants to...

    I agree with Mrudul's comments. Our mind wants to see the full body of the animal. If you want to compose with partial body then better to ensure that the frame edge is on the joints. Thanks for...
  5. The flower has come out well. As if the flower is...

    The flower has come out well. As if the flower is radiating its beauty and fragrance to all the residents of the harsh concrete jungle outside. Perhaps it is saying "Look you too can have me, if you...
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    The baby Gaurs have this colour. Later they...

    The baby Gaurs have this colour. Later they become dark. This small calf will one day become a giant, even bigger than cape buffalos.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Nice to see a rhino shot after some time. Wish...

    Nice to see a rhino shot after some time. Wish the other side was not so dark. If the snout would have been a bit lighter than it would have been nice. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Not a happy expression. This fellow will grow up...

    Not a happy expression. This fellow will grow up as a no nonsense tiger. If tigers are too comfortable to man and lose their nature fear of man then accidents can happen. And then they can be easily...
  9. Nice to see the sore spot in a Sambar. At times...

    Nice to see the sore spot in a Sambar. At times the sambar also tear bark of tree and eat.

    Their call from close quarters in the silence of night can shake people who have never heard it before....
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    Nice image. Tough scene to expose. Nice eye...

    Nice image. Tough scene to expose. Nice eye contact. A bit more depth of field would have been very nice. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Lovely sighting. This looks so cute and sweet....

    Lovely sighting. This looks so cute and sweet. Perhaps it came along with the flock of bar headed geese. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
  12. I love its eye. All raptors have lovely eyes....

    I love its eye. All raptors have lovely eyes. They can sight the prey reputedly from some 5kms away. Once in Ranthambhore I saw macaques give alarm calls when a Crested Serpent Eagle landed close by...
  13. 2-day South Asian Consultation on Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework begins

    2-day South Asian Consultation on Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework begins
    A two-day meeting of the South Asian Consultation Meeting on the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework was held in...
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    Lovely. We can see the details because of the...

    Lovely. We can see the details because of the telephoto lenses. They are so beautiful, I feel like holding and hugging one of these fellows.

    Of course these are wild birds and one should maintain...
  15. Hoopoes are seen in the ground while feeding....

    Hoopoes are seen in the ground while feeding. They fly well and perch on the trees. We don't now whether these two birds perched on two opposing branches are talking or displaying uncivil behaviour...
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    You clicked when the barking deer was turning its...

    You clicked when the barking deer was turning its head. And your shutter speed of 1/160 was not sufficient to arrest the subject movement.

    While clicking first press the shutter button slightly...
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    19th Meeting of NTCA held

    19th Meeting of National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) held
    The 19th Meeting of National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) was held here today under the chairmanship of Union Minister for...
  18. Tiger in Grassland in morning Sunlight

    From my archives. One early summer morning in Bandhavgarh National Park.Canon EOS 1D Mark IV, EF 70-200 f2.8 L IS USM II lens at 200mm, 1/200, f7.1, ISO 400, handheld. I have done a 16:9 crop. If I...
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    Nice pair. A bit far off for your lens. Since...

    Nice pair. A bit far off for your lens. Since they feed on fruits, they help a lot in dispersal of seeds and increase in bio-diversity. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    We get some great hoopoe shots in bharatpur as...

    We get some great hoopoe shots in bharatpur as they come down to the ground near the tea stall. Lying down in belly on the ground gives a very nice ground level perspective. The background becomes...
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    Wish you all a Happy New Year! It has been tough...

    Wish you all a Happy New Year! It has been tough not visiting forests in these pandemic times. Hopefully 2022 will bring in much joy and new experiences.

    I agree that there is a slight tilt and...
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    Elephants have high situational awareness. They...

    Elephants have high situational awareness. They are intelligent and sentient beings. They know about these loud humans in noisy vehicles. In places where human-elephant conflict is prevalent,...
  23. In odia we call it Sankha Cheela. Sankha means...

    In odia we call it Sankha Cheela. Sankha means Conch. During childhood days we used to consider it auspicious. These days, we have become far more modern and left behind our traditional thoughts and...
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    The baby is oblivious to danger. It is looking at...

    The baby is oblivious to danger. It is looking at the big vehicle. The gaur mother is always careful. Slight scent of a predator and they would all bunch up and be ready. Were you clicking when the...
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    Nice catch. How did you spot it? The hole in the...

    Nice catch. How did you spot it? The hole in the leaf in the bottom left corner appearing dark takes away a bit of attention. Love the eyes of the spider. In these situations we always want more...
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