Monday, August 26, 2019

Kerala visit to sanctuaries protecting endemic animals

In July, the monsoon month in Kerala, I visited three sanctuaries, Thenmala butterfly sanctuary, Eravikulam Reserve and Silent Valley National Park.   These sanctuaries protect the Southern Birdwing Butterfly (the biggest in India), the Nilgiri Tahr and the Lion tailed macaque, in that order.

See what I saw through these you Tube videos.

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary

Is Himalayan Monal the peacock of the hills?

Watch and comment on our trip to Sarahan and Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary in search of the Himalayan Monal at the link below

Thursday, March 7, 2019

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Kew Botanical Garden in London-a window to the tropical section

Portrait of a Village - Trijugi Narayan in Rudra Prayag

Najafgarh Jheel Flamingos

Flamingo Count - Greater Flamingos of Okhla Bird Sanctuary

NOIDA Flower show-Snippets on co-operative farming, water gardening and butterfly gardening

Rudra Prayag-Three mighty Rivers in Uttarakhand, India

Tailoring a Nest- Ashy Prinia

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Jahanpanah City Forest

Dilli Meri Jaan walks Sundays/holidays in a Park in Delhi and anyone interested in talking about trees, nature, birds etc is welcome to join. Delhi's tryst with Parks is ancient. Development activities have taken a toll in some places but citizen activism has made sure that only minimal and essential damage is done. Walking with Jayati who runs Dilli Meri Jaan is an experience. The walk hosted by her and Ajit in Jahanpanah Park had more than 30 walkers of all ages. If you are interested in walking with Jayati, here is her facebook page To see more videos on Jayati's walks, please see our playlist"DilliMeriJaan"

Sunday, January 20, 2019

Sutlej River and Sangla Valley

Memories of the days when digital photography was not there!  Finally these precious memories in analogue format are now converted into digital and I will be presenting these stories one by one in my memory lane playlist of our You Tube Channel "IndianWildlifeClub"

Do comment on the You Tube channel and write how these areas are now transformed, sometimes for the better, but more often environmentally disastrous.

Here is one such video

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

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