We do not if there is any wildlife lodge in India whose regular guests have won seven awards in the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film festival. This film festival is held every alternate year and is by far the most prestigious wildlife film festival in the world. Any wildlife filmmaker would be on top of the world if their film is screened at the festiv [...]
News from Ranthambhore and its surroundings
Published on Oct 4, 2013
Published on Dec 29, 2012
On the 23rd December evening someone had seen pugmarks of T 17 and her three cubs in the Mandoop plateau. She has been spending most of her time in a place called Kachida valley and we were happy that she was near the lakes (Mandoop is very close to the lakes). The next morning we went to Mandoop and found fresh pugmarks of T 17 and a male tige [...]
Published on Dec 15, 2012
Noor and Sultan (in other words T 39 and her her male cub) have been the most rocking "wild" models this seaon. Their territory is in what is designated as Zone1, 2 and partly 6. They are not easy to find but when you do find them...................... Noor or T 39 With "Sultan" her 10 month old cub A b [...]
Published on Jan 24, 2012
Most of north west India, including Ranthambore, has been going through a cold wave for the last few days. The night temperatures have been going down to 2 or 3 degrees Centigrade and the only saving grace is that there is little or no fog, so the daytime sun is nice and warm. The safaris, especially the morning ones, can be freezing cold be [...]
Published on Jan 2, 2012
Hope you have a wild and action packed 2012....with tigers on your tail...
Published on Dec 21, 2011
Publication: The Times Of India Mumbai; Date: Dec 20, 2011; Section: Education Times; Page: 44 EXPERT EYE Snapshots in the wild Giving up a high salaried conventional career in civil services, Aditya Singh followed his heart to become a wildlife photographer. Seema Khinnavar trails his journey &nbs [...]
Published on Dec 8, 2011
Here are the identification photographs and range of the frequently seen tigers of Ranthambhore national park in India. Since the national park reopened in October 2011 for visitors - these 10 have been the most frequently sighted tigers in the rousim zone of Ranthambhore.