SLOTH BEAR

November 15, 2018

DISCRIPTION

A forest bear with a long snout and long, shaggy hair, its white V shaped chest marking are are prominent features. The snout is long and the lips are so protrusible that they can be stretched over the nostrils as a cover. It is very well equipped to suck up termite from ter...
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TADOBA TIGERS

April 23, 2018
A beautiful young tiger cooling himself off at a pond in Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reservei in the state of  Maharashtra. ...
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SARUS CRANE

December 3, 2017

SARUS CRANE - GRUS ANTIGONE

A pair of beautiful Sarus Crane at Keoladeo Ghana National Park, A Unesco World Heritage site near Agra. Size 165 CM and mostly found in North and Central India. Grey Cranes with a red head and red upper necks, small pale grey ear patch on head sides; sparse black feathers o...
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SPOT THE SNOW LEOPARD

October 16, 2017

SPOT THE SNOW LEOPARD

Snow leopard region landscape in the winter months. We operate snow leopard spotting tours in February and March in Ladakh and Spiti. The region of Hemis national park and visitis to Husing, Rumbak, Uley in Ladakh and the region around Kibber in Spiti valley is frequented to...
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TADOBA TIGERS

October 11, 2017

TIGERS OF TADOBA ANDHERI TIGER RESERVE

The mother fighting off her son to leave her territory and find his own.....a very memorable moment in the wild. This image was taken at Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserve in the Maharashtra state of India. Tiger population is on the rise in India and making photographers happy....
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SNOW LEOPARD

September 30, 2017

SNOW LEOPARD

Endangered species and best seen at Hemis National Park in Ladakh and Spiti valley in Himachal Pradesh. It is marginally small then the common leopard and the name snow leopard is very apt for it as it lives in the snow covered areas. often solitary, although overlap of home...
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ONE HORNED RHINOCEROS

September 30, 2017

Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros

Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros The second largest mammal in India after the elephant, the greater one-horned Rhinoceros is best recognised by its large bulk and a single horn. The actual color of the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros's skin is a deep slaty-grey, but it looks ashy...
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INDIAN SKIMMER

September 30, 2017

INDIAN SKIMMER

A Globally threatened species and a very beautiful bird. A Large yellowish orange beak and the lower mandible is much longer; slender and pointed-wings and tern-like pied plumage, blackish-brown above, contrasting with white underbody; white forehead, neck collar and wing ba...
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RUFOUS TAILED LARK

September 27, 2017

RUFOUS TAILED LARK

Dark brown upper parts; rufous brown underpants, with brown streaks on throat, breast;rich rufous tail with black band across tip diagnostic.  Tis bird mostly keeps to ground and runs erratically. Four commonly from east of Kutch to about Delhi, East to West Bengal and ...
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RACQUET TAIL DRONGO CHASING GREAT HORNBILL

Great Hornbill is being chased by a racquet tail drongo....look carefully at the tail and you will see some of the racquet tail drongo :) We saw this at Panbang vicinity (South Central Bhutan) when we were photographing the Great Hornbills....suddenly a racquet tail drone st...
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