Human-wildlife conflict can carry many different facets, each of equal importance, and which, if not handled properly, can lead to major negative repercussions. Prachi Mehta of WRCS India, tells us about their ongoing struggle to sustain co-habitation of both. It’s Complicated “When
The verdant greens abound, As the pitter patter of raindrops surrounds, In this hidden haven thrive, Creepy crawlies and lowly lives, Lowly only in our eyes, They are rulers in their own right, For they enjoy plenty of all, Be it winter, spring or fall, For this is
Wildlife Photography is one the very exciting fields of photography simply because it captures one of the most dynamic elements of nature- wild flora and fauna. Mother Nature is full of splendor, with her fair shares of idiosyncrasies and anecdotes.
Conservation is as much about the ground-level actions taken, as it is about umbrella policy and processes. Here, we engage in conversations with the Warriors for Wildlife, those who have imbibed love for wildlife and conservation as a way of
It was the end of monsoons and winters were just about to set in here in India. In the wilderness of Africa what was about to unfold was amongst the greatest spectacles on earth- the great wildebeest migration in full
I started my academic journey as a zoologist, not knowing that it would lead me to the field of conservation. While doing my Masters in Biodiversity and Conservation, I got to know about numerous wonders of nature- the diverse species