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Well-known conservationist Dr. Anish Andheria has been capturing wildlife in his camera for over two decades now. He shares some of his iconic images and views on conservation. Conservation matters After having worked in the field of conservation for more than 25

Tales from the tropical seas continue with the deceptively sedentary life forms from the ocean beds – the starfish, the sea urchins, the sea cucumbers, and other charismatic echinoderms. Many who have travelled to India’s expansive coastline have chanced upon starfishes

Mesmerising eyes and a sharp call, meet the beautiful yet petite hunter in the raptors family -  the shikra (Accipiter badius). After a prolonged period of illness, I take this opportunity to write about another beautiful bird spotted in Nhava Sheva

Event Description Saevus presents the Wild Pixel Contest to celebrate Wildlife Week with a Virtual Wildlife Photography Exhibition. Register now to Win a signed certificate from renowned photographer Dhritiman Mukherjee, for the three best images. The best 10 images will get

An early morning trip to Hoskote lake led to attending an impromptu concert put on by a Red Munia. This incident occurred one early morning in November 2019. My usual habit of visiting the lakes around Bangalore led me that early

Ever heard of whale sharks begging for food and playing like adorable puppies? Here is a small anecdote from Cenderawasih Bay in Papua, Indonesia involving playful whale shark and human interaction. Can a 15-meter whale shark ask for food from a

It is time to pay attention to the smaller details and secrets that nature contains. How? The answer is simple: macro photography. This month, get as close as possible to nature as you learn more about the very extensive and

While the nation is gripped by the ubiquitous fear of a pandemic wreaking havoc across the population, the author muses about the flip side of the coin where the earth is healing from the ravages we have heaped on it.   Nature

With a reputation of being one of the oldest tropical rainforests in the world, dating back to more than 130 million years ago, Taman Negara is an impenetrable forest, abundant with wildlife and birdlife that one needs to see to

A perennial shrub with vivid fiery orange-red flowers, the hamelia patens is the scene of a fierce battle of dominance for territory between a crimson sunbird (Aethopyga siparaja) and a purple sunbird (Cinnyris asiaticus) out to impress a mate.   After inspecting