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Census at Ranthambhore

Annual waterhole census was conducted in Ranthambhore on 6th & 7th May 2012. While monitoring of big cats like tiger is a daily activity, this is the day when lesser fortunate yet important animals of forests are accounted for.

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More cubs at Ranthambhore

Recently one more tigress at Ranthambhore T9- Durrah Female has been sighted with two cubs, this increases the count of total cubs in park to 22. Other cubs at Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve are two female cubs of T5 bought up by daddy, 2 cubs of T8, two cubs of T31, 3 cubs of T19, 2 cubs of T26, 3 cubs of T11, 3 cubs of T30 & two c

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Tigerwalah in Mowgli Land II

As promised in my previous blog on Pench, here i am with my blog on Pench Tigers. In a country obsessed with male superiority, Pench landscape is clearly dominate by one grand family with Badi Maada – The Matriarch of tiger clan and her two daughters Collarwali- the tigress with five cubs & Baaghin Naala- the elusive and shy t

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Tales of a Nomad

The last few weeks have been very hectic, this Banker for 9 years has turned into a wandering nomad. The head has finally given up & i am doing what my heart lies into. Travelling since 29th January, I have so far covered four most beautiful Tiger Reserves across North & West India.

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Tigerwalah in Mowgli Land

The land of Bagheera, Sher Khan, Baloo, Ka,Aakdu, Pakdu and Mowgli the ‘man cub’- Pench surely did provide a perfect backdrop to British Nobel laureate Rudyard Kipling to create his collection of short stories- ‘The Jungle Book’. Located in Seoni & Chhindwara districts of Madhya, Pench is spread over 757 sq km out of whi

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Ranthambhore Times II

Another successful trip to Ranthambhore, my second home. Morning started with Sighting of T39, one of the most beautiful tigress in Ranthambhore. She is very much identical to T17 in terms of stripe pattern, minus T17’s collar & it would be difficult to distinguish between both of them if placed together at the same time. Bot

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Tigerwalah at Corbett

Second trip to Jim Corbett National Park in past two months. Heavy fog welcomed us as we entered UP. Lack of street lights, poor visibility & buffalo carts without reflectors were surely making this drive interesting, finally nature had it’s way & technology gave up. Parked the car outside road side Dhaba & slept for good 4 ho

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Ranthambhore Times

Another field trip to Ranthambhore, though this one was pretty short as compared to my all previous trips. Reached Sawai Madhopur Station at 3.20 am & the day started with a quick trip till the park gate enroute our hotel with a hope of seeing leopard sitting on the wall. Having seen them sleeping on the forest wall on two previ

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Reading between the stripes

Tiger is one of the most admired & sought after animal in world presently. The name portrays a picture of fierce yet gentle animal, having yellow fur coat with black lines all across the body. The color of fur coat keeps of changing with change in seasons & works as a natural camouflage as well which helps this elusive cat in bl

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