Jungle ka mamla

Jungle ka mamla

Jungle ka Mamla September 2021

Jungle ka Mamla September 2021

September The beginning of the season has started with two new species added to the checklist of Satpura Tiger Reserve. The Glassy Tiger by Animesh Manna It was an afternoon when my colleague Saee and I went for a walk in the lodge. While crossing in front of cottage...

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Wildlife Sanctuaries in Madhya Pradesh

Wildlife Sanctuaries in Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh has been a state topping all charts in terms of wildlife of India. Highest population of Tigers (526 of 2967) and Leopards (3421 of the 12,852) as per the status tiger and leopard report in India 2018. Madhya Pradesh is also a forest rich State and is...

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Summer in Satpura

Summer in Satpura

Although the temperature reaches almost 47°C to 49°C in Summer and humidity drops to almost 10%, the forest still doesn't lose its charm. Right after the spring, which is February and March. Summer starts. Trees lose their leaves and bloom with flowers everywhere. The...

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Bori Wildlife Sanctuary

Bori Wildlife Sanctuary

First notified Reserve Forest of India , Prime example of Central Indian Highlands ecosystem, One of the richest gene pool in the country, Pre-historic rock shelters, Highest peaks of Central India, Finest and last remaining natural teak forest of India. By - Nikita...

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The Leopards of Satpura

The Leopards of Satpura

A story worth reading, through the eyes of a Naturalist : Did you know about a cat which is agile, elusive, most adaptable, astoundingly strong and at the same time is one of the most vulnerable? All these adjectives together bring the big cat - leopard. The...

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Why Do We Need to Save Tigers?

Why Do We Need to Save Tigers?

We all have learnt about Tigers being an apex predator in the food chain while we may know the answer to the question on “Why we need to Save Tigers?” We still struggle to find enough motivation sometimes to do our bit towards Saving their forests. This blog is penned...

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Other stories

Living in the Jungle Resort

Living in the Jungle Resort

As you enter the lodge, you wonder if this is a property or a jungle, privately owned or managed by the forest department. The property is 44 acres but only 4 acres have been used for construction and the rest is left to the wilderness. Reminding you of the times when...

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