Revisiting the butterflies of Matheran after 125 years Scientists from the Bombay Natural History Society and Somaiya Vidya Vihar University have published a research paper on the forgotten butterflies of Matheran in the community peer-reviewed ‘Biodiversity Data Journal’. The research paper titled 'Finding the forgotten
Common insects with unique capabilities, ants as we know them now evolved from vespoid wasp ancestors in the Cretaceous period. They live in highly organized colonies and are found almost everywhere on earth. Forward march! One, two, one, two
Zara, the handicapped elephant arrives at the Elephant Hospital In Mathura, established by Wildlife SOS with support from U.P. Forest Department. At a very young age, Zara was subjected to a lifetime of abuse and neglect as a begging elephant. Though
One of the positive notes during the pandemic and following lockdown was felt in the form of Wilderness Weekend by Teepee Culture. Ranging from mentor-led sessions and webinars to an awe-inspiring panel of experts, with yoga sessions and virtual jungle
Here is a recap of the best of the best from the year gone by. 2019, while having its ups and downs, has been a wonderful journey for us, and we invite you to glance again with fondness for the
A little awareness, a little compassion and a little common sense can go a long way to make the country safer for wildlife. Leopard cub who was left paralysed after highway accident, learns to walk again with the help of Wildlife
The Biodiversity of Satpura has many tales to tell, with the forest unpretentiously growing on the traveller’s psyche till its captures the heart of those who wander in the beckoning woods. “There is pleasure in the pathless woods” said Lord Byron.
Here is a recap of the best of the best from the year gone by. 2018 has been a wonderful journey for us, and we invite you to glance again with fondness for the news, views and pictographic memories of