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Mysterious Laila

Last week there were reports of a tigress sighted with new born cubs in zone 4. Few safari guides & accompanying guests claimed of having seen a tigress walking with cubs on a hill. However before anybody could document this sighting by taking pictures, they disappeared in bushes. Since the area belongs to T41 aka Laila it was

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A Legend Called Machli

Machli was the first tiger I saw in Ranthambhore when I landed here 7 years back & found her character inspiring. There was something which drew me to her each time. Her contribution to tiger world is immense-

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Tiger Queen of Ranthambhore

While Rajbagh has been put on rent, the dynasty which controlled this area for almost two decades is not ready to let it go to some lesser mortal. Grand Matriarch Machli decided to come out of her old age home & repossess it. She spent three nostalgic days visiting area in which she was born & also areas which were once her ho

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New Safari Season at Kanha

We are already in First week of November & most of the National Parks and wildlife sanctuaries are already open except Dhikala zone of Corbett National Park which is scheduled to open around 15th November. Sighting reports from most prominent parks of India have been good so far especially Ranthambore, Kanha & Bandhavgarh.

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Season Round Up: Tadoba

It is during that time of the year when enthusiasts and photographers wrap up their gear and wait out until the next season dawns a new beginning, that we attempt the gather our wits around what was the dynamics of the park until this end of season at Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve.

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Stranger two arrives

As summers arrives early at Ranthambore, the fight for dominance intensifies further. Resources become scarce which leads to fights over control of area and subsequently weaker ones are forced to move out.

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New Safari Season for Indian Wildlife

visitors post 3 months closure on account of annual rains. Rain gods have been kind at almost all destinations this monsoon which means adequate water & food availability for forest denizens in the coming season. Ranthambore, Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Panna, Pench & Satpura opened for visitors on Ocotber 1st while Bijrani zone of

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Paradise Reopens

The wait is finally over & the gates of paradise are finally open. Almost like a ritual for past few years I am there on day one & perhaps one of the first visitor to enter the park post monsoon. This

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Season Round Up: Ranthambore

Like each year it is time to rewind and have a relook at the sightings and tiger dynamics at Ranthambore during the past season. For ease of remembrence sharing zone wise updates from entire season. Lesser rains in monsoon last season had set the tone for season & sightings were on expected lines.

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