Aug 202013
 
Lizards Seen in Hyderabad in South India

Lovely Lizards Seen in Deccan Plateau OK the first word that comes to your mind when you think “LIZARD” Or “REPTILE”? I am sure half of you would not even read further after saying a BIG YUKK 🙁 🙁 . I mean most of us can only think bad about lizards. But let me ask you this: How can something created by Mother Nature be ugly and without purpose? I wrote in my earlier post about Reptiles of Rajasthan, when I visited Tal Chapar sanctuary, more famous for Raptors and Black bucks. (The Antelope, not the black money wale [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Oct 122012
 
Reptiles of Rajasthan- Lizards of desert at both end of Food Chain

Spiny Tailed Lizard and other reptiles of desert in Rajasthan Spiny Tailed Lizard – Called Sanda in Hindi You and I may not like reptiles but there are other creatures that just love them. Reptiles are a major food source for many predators and this post is about Reptiles of Rajasthan found in the Tal Chhapar wildlife sanctuary. One question that has haunted me since we reached Tal Chhapar was why all these eagles come here when they could be anywhere. Some of the answers to the same were it is safe to be here, it is on the way [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

May 012012
 
Mrugavani National Park

A Visit To Mruguvani National Park for Nature Watch Recently I went again to Mrugavani National Park in the morning,  I got up without an alarm at 7 am  on the Sunday and thinking this is some  divine sign decided to  hit the road. It is only about 5 km from our home, and is one of the last surviving green lungs for the city of Nizams. It is approachable both from Mehdipattnam via Lunger House and Hitech City via Outer ring road on the way to Rajiv Gandhi International Airport Shamshabad. You take exit 18 on the airport highway [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Nov 052011
 
Its A Jungle Out There

Little Creatures around us found in cities Our cities and suburbs are daily loosing their green cover and slowly but steadily becoming concrete jungle. Especially the suburbs have changed their character drastically from once encroaching on the green cover and fields today they the concrete jungle has firmly taken root and this change is irreversible. When we moved in my parents home in distant suburb of Rohini in Delhi some 20 years agoone could still hear Peacocks in distance and an occasional sighting was not rare. Those days are a distant memory, so when we moved to Kondapur in [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]