Eurasian Otters – Lost and Found

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The discovery of Eurasian Otters, comes as a wave of new hope to conservationists and environmentalists alike, as these creatures have found a new home in the Indian landscape. A species never recorded nor documented in the Central Indian Landscape(CIL), … Read More

All in a day’s work: Rain and shine

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“Accelerator dete rehnaa…..!! Gaadi band mat hone denaa…..!! Four by four lagaao…..!! Chakka dhass gaya hai….!” – An otherwise calm stretch of an off-road leading to village Mocha near the Khatiya-gate of Kanha Tiger Reserve (MP) was bustling with activity … Read More

Tiger, Tiger, Being Tracked

World renowned tiger biologist from the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), Dr. Ullas Karanth, talks about the state-of-the-art techniques for tracking tigers and estimating their populations and habitat health. Click here to listen to the podcast Credits: http://www.scientificamerican.com/    

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