How To Track Tigers In The Wild By Nayan Raheja Friday 14th August 2009

This one is for those of us who go to a forest reserve in India with the anticipation of seeing lots of wildlife! However, there would be only a fraction of people who would have come back satisfied!

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In Search Of Man-eating Leopards Wednesday 8th March 2017

Gradual degradation of forest cover in the Paudi-Garhwal region has led to the animal losing its fear of humans

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Enter The Tiger’s Lair By Nayan Raheja Friday 14th August 2009

So now that we agree to the fact that it’s absolutely necessary to save the Tiger, let’s move on to know a little bit more about this beautiful creature. Obviously, the first question that comes to mind is that how can one book an appointment with the King?

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A Tribute To T36 Tuesday 21st March 2017

Even when the sweat started clouding the lenses, I refused to put the binocular down. The September Sun in Ranthambore National Park can be quite unforgiving. But to lose sight of T36, that too after four days of intense search outside the periphery of Ranthambore, was an unacceptable proposition. So I let the sweat-bath continue.

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The Great Indian Safari By Navin M Raheja Monday 6th March 2017

Navin M Raheja, is a wildlife enthusiast and a passionate photographer. In the past 35 years, he has made several contributions in the field of conservation at various levels. A former member of Project Tiger’s Steering Committee, under the Ministry of Environment and Forests, he worked persistently to ensure that the big cats survive in India. He is also Chairman, Wildlife Conservation Society of India. One with a holistic vision, Raheja believes that development and protection of environment can happen simultaneously. 

Raheja is a popular producer of films and documentaries based on varied subjects pertaining to today's Wildlife & Environmental Conservation. Raheja Productions, the division of Raheja, has produced more than 140 documentaries and films on wildlife and environment, which have been aired on National Geographic Channel, DD National and worldwide, ABP News etc. Over 37 first hand wildlife encounter stories have been published in various newspapers and magazines. 

“I started going to Forests at a very young age where you could walk, cycle or even go on a scooter Tiger Reserves, National Parks into Corbett/Rajaji National Park etc.

Have been visiting almost all the Tiger Reserves in India almost on a weekly/fortnightly basis. This kept me in close interaction with wild animals, understanding the intricate relationship with and between the various species at the planet.

This also helped me to contribute into Tiger rehabilitation experiments and also dealing with man eaters as well as rogue elephants. Hope you will enjoy reading stories and watching wildlife films.”  - Navin M Raheja

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