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Bhitarkanika National Park in Orissa is famous for its migratory bird sightings, dense mangrove cover and crocodile reserve. It is home to reptiles like Saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus), Indian python, King cobra, and birds such as black ibis, darters and

An already difficult place to access, Botswana may take a further hit to its tourism industry if the country goes back to being a killing ground for its elephants. Botswana is a flat, sparsely populated, land-bound country in southern Africa —

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 high-altitude dweller of the Himalayan and Central Asian ranges, the shy, endearing and endangered Mountain weasel makes a special appearance before our photographer in Sikkim. As part of the team from Sikkim Ornithological Society, we were on a mission to

Read about the other side of the fence, as Ms Shoba Mohan writes about proximity issue of hotels, resorts and other accommodation near a National Park or Reserve. Every lodge in the proximity of a National Park or Tiger Reserve must

Located among the scenic acacia woodlands, perched on the edge of a permanent marsh is Ndutu, a part of the Serengeti ecosystem. It is a haven for those seeking close encounters in the wild and it is here that the

The shallow Maguri wetland near Dibru-Saikhowa National Park in Assam is a lesser known destination but a haven of birds and aquatic beauties. It is still a virgin destination, connected with the Dibru River and surrounded by villages on three

“I was left behind as all my friends moved on. For the first time the advantage of being left behind became clear to me. There were no voices, no questions to be answered. Silence was silence. Miraculously clouds changed in

A park less-travelled, Rajaji is a hidden gem in the form of a Wildlife sanctuary. Nestled among the Shivalik ranges, Rajaji National Park’s pristine beauty and rich biodiversity provides a sight for sore eyes for wild lifers, while teaching the

Yuwaraj Gurjar takes photography to the usually ignored lesser fauna to show us the micro in the macro. A butterfly covered in dew drops Location: Yeoor, Sanjay Gandhi National Park Camera details: Nikon D70s, Tamron 180macro, 1/60, f14, ISO 200 Butterflies are cold-blooded insects,