Walk on the Wild Side
Avid nature lover, conservationist and award-winning lens man Niranjan Sant responds to the call of the wild with evocative portrayals of the natural world. In this issue, he shares some of his most memorable frames with our readers. Born and brought
In search of Kekeno
The picturesque country of New Zealand, known for its abundant natural beauty and being a paradise for birders,is home to a number of exotic endangered species. One of them is the adorable-looking fur seal or Kekeno. In this story the
Glimpses in the wild
Leopards in the Mara, the reigning tigress in Bandhavgarh, a fantail in Singapore or a deer or cormorant in Bharatpur. Pinaki Ray presents us a whimsy of wonderful images in his photo story. Choti tara - the beautiful tigress of Bandhavgarh mukki
Lao Tzu has said that “Nature does not hurry, yet everything gets accomplished”. All we need to do is to look and observe, and act upon the lesson learnt from wildlife that is openly flaunted , accessible and waiting for
Armed with an artist's intuition and a photographer's technical finesse, Baiju Patil's photo journeys are resplendent with colors and moods that are inspired by nature itself. Bee hovering on a flower Location: Kaas Plateau Camera details: NIKON D700 S/N: 2137132 Lens: 105.0 mm f/2.8
Turning Mumbai RED
One of the most vibrant migratory bird to brighten the Indian subcontinent, the Greater Flamingos(Phoenicopterus roseus) are a sight for sore eyes. Its that time of the year when our city is painted pink and red by the flocks of flamingos
Connecting across continents
In a tete-e-tete with Pete Oxford, wildlife photographer and documentary photojournalist par excellence. His images and portraits of wildlife and native culture and biodiversity are hauntingly memorable and serve as instruments for their conservation and awareness. Greetings from Saevus, Pete! For
A Plea Against Playback
We can call it "Call Playback", or "Tape lure" or by any other nomenclature, but the fact remains that this technique of luring birds out by playing back a bird-call is unethical and has an adverse effect on the bird.
Gear Up with Gusto, for Wildlife Photography!
Many of us aspire to be wildlife photographers, whether as hobbyists or professionals. This genre of photography does not come easy. First of all, you need to spend lots of time in the outdoors, in different habitats and often expend
How to be a better wildlife photographer!
World Photography Day! Many nature and photography lovers aim to bring together these two passions, to capture wonderful moments from the wild and freeze them in beautiful frames, forever! One often becomes a jungle-fanatic, escaping into the wilderness at the very