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A birder’s life is never dull, following the wings and whimsy of the feathered friends leads to interesting experiences and anecdotes to share. The arid and semi-arid habitat of Western India is often referred to as

Tales fresh from the field -  news of the rediscovery of Gomphidia leonorae Mitra, 1994, a large dragonfly in Burdwan has the odonatologists in a tizzy. It was 30th of May, 2017, when I and my

Roadkill is a saddening fact of the current scenario in many wildlife sanctuaries across the nation. The train-tracks and highways and roadways cut across the land designated for the safety of animals, leading to said

A foray into the Bandipur Tiger Reserve yields unforeseen sightings – the big striped cat, as well as the elusive Chousingha. It was a cold morning, and the forest was shrouded in silence in the early

The magnificent Pallas’ Fish-eagle is deemed to be Vulnerable, with a population of about 2,500 to 10,000 birds remaining in the wild. Besides direct persecution, humans contribute to the decline of this species through habitat

There is a lot of debate on the question of reinforcing tiger conservation in the country. The following narrative and images proves a telling point by showing how indirectly the habitat conservation of tigers leads

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