We had travelled to Kanha to change the battery of the radio-collar of a particular tiger. We followed the tiger sedulously but it kept eluding us.
The estimation indicated a 30 percent increase in the tiger population over the last census of 2010, with an estimate of 2,226 tigersRead more
By the time I visited the Kanha Tiger Reserve the first time in May 2014, I had dug deep into important issues of conservation & natural regeneration.Read more
The Environment vs. Development debate is bound to surge exponentially in the years ahead.Read more
As luck would have it, within minutes of taking the jungle path, the wireless sets were abuzz with news – a tiger has been spotted!Read more
Hasn’t the time then come to more aptly call it, possibly even more unreservedly, something like Tiger Eco-System Services (TESS)?Read more
E-surveillance was an innovative idea where 10 watch towers kept a 24/7 vigil over the area within their range through thermal and infra-red camerasRead more