India’s Pardhis are poor outcasts—and the country’s finest tiger hunters. Some are now helping authorities track down the poachers in their midst.
The Son Gharial Wildlife Sanctuary in Madhya Pradesh is one of the few places in India where you can see the gharials in their natural habitat
Eight questions (and answers) about Mumbai’s fragile coastline
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What marine life can you possibly spot on Juhu Beach amidst a sea of humanity? It takes a guided walk to find out…
This photo-essay about Mumbai’s marine life was published in the Environment Special in May 2019. The online version of the story published on April 22, 2019 can be found here.
Mumbai’s coastline is irreversibly changing. I’m documenting all her shores as I’d like to remember them, with the animals that live there and the people that live around them.
Driving along the sweep of Marine Drive or past the crowded Haji Ali Dargah at Worli, is there anyone who looks out at sea and wonders about the marine life along urban Mumbai’s massive coastline?
In many ways, this time feels not too different from the half-a-dozen wildlife safaris I’ve been on. The familiar feeling of eagerness and excitement is something all three of my companions and I have in common.
The critically endangered Asiatic lions of Gujarat, India, have enjoyed a population boom over the past five years.