Back

Each year, millions of birds make arduous journeys spanning thousands of kilometres—from the locations where they breed and raise their young to areas where they spend the harsher seasons. India alone plays host to an

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,

The lesser floricans (labelled as “Endangered” by IUCN) were estimated by Wildlife Institute of India (WII), Dehradun to be only about 264 individuals in the year 2017. The author ponders about their conservation status while

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

Often considered the eighth continent of our planet, canopies across the world harbour more than 30% of the Earth’s living fauna, and yet remain one of the least studied areas till date, especially in India.

The poem is an attempt to put forward the poet’s views on how we treat a river which we call our mother. While showcasing the approach of spring with its burst of colours, processions and

Magazine | Wildlife | Conservation | Photography | Travel | Natural History

Photo of the Day

Magazine | Wildlife | Conservation | Photography | Travel | Natural History

Most Loved

Youth4Clicks 2019
Magazine | Wildlife | Conservation | Photography | Travel | Natural History

Popular Videos

The Western Ghats is an ancient mountain range that runs along the west coast of India from

An entry to the #WeLoveSaevus video contest by Hardik Rathod

Covering an area around five percent of India's land but with 27% of all species of higher

Magazine | Wildlife | Conservation | Photography | Travel | Natural History