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  1. Conservation and Poverty Reduction

    An interesting article.

    Conservation and Poverty Reduction | Conservation Magazine
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    Wildlife ?

    Just returned from Ranthambore and learnt that Machli the famous tigress now about 13 - 16 years ( estimates vary ) is being fed ( baits ) to keep her alive.Another old male died when I was there ,...
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    The Lions from Gir will never arrive , in the...

    The Lions from Gir will never arrive , in the meantime the Kuno WLS will hopefully be repopulated by more transient Tiger from Ranthambore . It is 390 sqkm in size( lrager than Ranthambore ) and if...
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    Kuno River

    Kuno River
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    Kuno Habitat

    Kuno Habitat
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    Kuno WLS

    Made a quick visit to Kuno WLS in Madhya Pradesh. It is the site for the relocation of Lions from Gir. All villages have been relocated from the Park and the habitat is fantastic.Decent amount of...
  7. Things Photographers Can Learn From Musicians

    I found an interesting post on the net in 2009 titled ' Things Photographers Can Learn From Musicians ' by a person named Guy Tal . I reproduce the post below :

    'It is a long standing tradition in...
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    I recently posted a photograph of Stripe Necked...

    I recently posted a photograph of Stripe Necked Mongoose feeding on crocodile eggs. http://www.indiawilds.com/forums/showthread.php?p=31130#post31130 It was a fantastic moment captured, I don't think...
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    Food for thought.

    Do wildlife photographers suffer from tunnel vision ? This is not a question that is asked very often , in fact I do not think anybody has asked this. However as a professional guide I have come to...
  10. Mrudul - In Kabini.

    Mrudul - In Kabini.
  11. Striped Neck Mongoose feeding on crocodile eggs.

    Witnessed this for the first time. Never knew about this behavior.
  12. Restocking or re- colonisation of suitable...

    Restocking or re- colonisation of suitable habitat by translocation has been a conservation success story in Africa and also in America (where the wolf was relocated into Yellowstone). The South...
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    Let nature take its course.

    I firmly beleive that we should not interfere in the ways of nature , if the wound was inflicted by a rival and not man made then the authorities should not have intervened . Survival in the wild is...
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    Check this out ,shot in Nagarhole ( Kabini ) a...

    Check this out ,shot in Nagarhole ( Kabini ) a few years ago.I thought he was eating termites - what is your take on it ?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6WtmbDa7-ZE
  15. A honest mistake.

    A honest mistake.
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    Dhole - the boss.

    F 8
    ISO 200
    200MM
    1/60
    One Shot AF
    WB - Custom

    Love watching them interact with each other.
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    Elephants have very strong familial ties. I have...

    Elephants have very strong familial ties. I have seen mothers reluctant to leave the body of their dead calves , so this sort of behavior looked quite strange to me.Especially when there was no...
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    Survival of the Fittest - II

    The calf has been rescued by the FD and is undergoing treatment at the Balle Elephant Camp. It is a male calf and with treatment should ( hopefully ) make a full recovery.Physical health seems ok ,...
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    Big Boy

    F 4

    1 / 250

    iso - 200

    200 mm
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    Survival of the Fittest.

    The wounded baby elephant ( refer my photo Asleep ) , the wound is clearly visible, being harassed by a Jungle Crow that wants to feed off the wound. The mother and aunt had left the baby and swum...
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    The baby has a deep wound on the right side ,...

    The baby has a deep wound on the right side , just above the temple, his aunt has a wound ( healed ) on her trunk ( photo attached ). While the baby's physical condition seems to be good , he does...
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    They say that the challenge for any wildlife...

    They say that the challenge for any wildlife photographer is to get some action / variety in subjects that one shoots frequently.Finally it boils down to one brief moment when all the key ingredients...
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    Asleep.

    f 4

    ISO - 200

    1/200

    Spot Metering.

    200mm
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    Dusting.

    Sorry but forgot the details.
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    Mudde - Grass Balls.

    f 5.6
    1/250
    200 ISO
    Spot Metering - 2/3
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