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Conservation

Plastics: A Mammoth Problem

There is no dearth of incidents where man-made poison has taken the lives of animals. One such poison is plastic! Here’s how it affects wildlife and contributes to human-animal conflict.

Uma Athale

Iconic Tigers of India

From Ranthambore to Tadoba, here’s a list of some of India’s most famous tigers!

Uma Athale

Living Among Snakes

Snakes are found all over India, including metropolitan cities. Although difficult to spot, they exist. Here’s my take on snakes and the importance of coexistence.

Surabhi Ganguly

Kaziranga: The Land of Floods and Fire

Home to some of the country's treasured endangered species, floods and fires are actually an essential part of Kaziranga National Park’s ecosystem. Here’s how!

Uma Athale

Why Mobile Phones and Nature Don’t Mix

As a responsible traveller, it is important to think of the repercussions of one’s ac. Here’s how cell phones, while a boon to humans, can be a bane to Mother Nature!

Uma Athale

Gharials: Slowly Making a Comeback

Once an endangered species, the gharial is now being acknowledged as a reintroduced species… but here's how continued threats like sand mining are still making its revival debatable.

Uma Athale

An Interview with Renowned Photographers, Andrea and Antonella Ferrari

I had the opportunity to speak to reputed wildlife photographers, Andrea and Antonella Ferrari, to learn about what makes them tick, and how wildlife photography has evolved with time.

Uma Athale

Birds You Can See From Your Balcony

Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to go very far to enjoy nature. Here’s how a visit to a local park or a look outside your bedroom window can reveal some of the most beautiful birds!

Uma Athale

Indian Small Cats

India is famous for its tigers, lions and leopards, but there’s so much more to our species diversity! Here's a list 10 species of Indian Small Cats.

Uma Athale

A Quick Look at the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972

Curious about wildlife protection? Here's a look at the laws and enforcing bodies for wildlife protection in India.

Uma Athale