Oct 252015
 
You Are The Power Of We- Join Hands To Save Our Tigers

Crowd Sourcing Tiger Conservation- Save Our Tigers First a good news: The total number of tigers has increased in India from 1,706 in 2011 to 2,226 in 2014. This is a healthy 30 % increase. While this is a matter of joy it also brings more responsibility on both the government and people as increased tiger population in a scenario when the habitat is decreasing puts pressure on the current tiger reserves , so we need more tiger reserves.  One of the foremost point of tiger conservation is that when you save a tiger  you automatically save 100s of other species [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Feb 012015
 
A Drive With SOUL: Rediscovering Passions

Drive With SOUL: A herd of Wild Beasts Tamed By Passionate Owners We were tribesmen first, bonding over bonfire on  starlit nights under open skies, dancing to the orchestra of wild brooks and collective laughter emerging from the deep bowels of Souls celebrating the bounties of mother earth.  Then we evolved and things got complicated, nations, religions, caste, community and language all played a role to divide while we thought we are evolving as a species. No more. The baser instincts to belong to a tribe are back and we long to belong to a tribe that disenfranchises us from [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Nov 292014
 
Karnataka Eco Volunteer Training  : Nagarhole

Certified Eco-Volunteer Training: Nagarhole Batch   Good news for all those who wanted to join the next batch of Eco-Volunteer Training from Karnataka Forest Department and Jungle Lodges and Eco-Tourism Board of Karnataka. This time the training will be conducted in Nagarhole National Park near Mysore, well-known for its wild Elephants, big cats, bison and other flora and fauna. The training this time is in three batches 8-12 December 2014 13-17 December 2014 18-22 December 2014 The selected volunteers need to report to directly at the venue on the morning of the first day of the training. This is [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Jun 032014
 
From Bisons to Birds of Pench National Park

  Common animal and Birds of  Pench National Park For this week’s Travel, Tuesday Pictures let me share some wildlife from Pench National Park that I visited some time back. Please don’t expect anything exotic in the post as I am one of those photographers who are happy to click the normal day-to-day birds and animals also. Like most tiger enthusiasts, when I wrote the last post about Pench National Park and Tiger Reserve, I just talked about the female tigress who had cubs with her and totally ignored the other flora and fauna of the park. Well, the flora [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]