Tag Archives: Panthera Tigris

Sher Bagh’s Tigers of Ranthambhore – T39

Lithe bodies that flex athleticism in their slightest movement, kohl-lined eyes which bore through your frame and a visage that arrests the most confident onlooker into awe inspired paralysis is the effect these magnificent creatures have on all those who chance upon them. A restrained fierceness is their most potent weapon and you will not want to know what unsheathing it feels like. Read More Sher Bagh’s Tigers of Ranthambhore – T39 »

Ranthambhore in the Summer

The summer in Ranthambhore is most exciting. With animals crowding around the main water holes it makes for action packed game viewing. Read More Ranthambhore in the Summer »

Balancing Practical Conservation Solutions

The Asiatic lion needs a second home, so they can be kept secure from any possible epidemic breakout in the present single habitat of Gir Sanctuary in Gujarat. After various field surveys a team of wildlife scientists proposed Kuno Wildlife sanctuary as a second home for them. Of late, lions have become a topic of great debate within the wildlife world, when the apex court directed the Gujarat government to introduce lions in the new proposed home within a six month period. Read More Balancing Practical Conservation Solutions »

A Superb Experience of a Ranthambhore Safari

By any standard, my sighting log of six drives in Ranthambhore is impressive: 14 sightings of 10 different Tigers, a Leopard, a Sloth Bear, 5 Hyena, a host of raptors, and other birdlife. And, an amazing croc fight. Sharing most of this wonderful run with me was Dr. Latika Rana from Singinawa in Kahna, who is also blogging about her experience. Here is a small selection of my photographs that I think are representative of this sojourn at Sher Bagh, Ranthambhore. Read More A Superb Experience of a Ranthambhore Safari »