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Wild India Newsletter Vol 11 Issue V

IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.11 Issue V

Indian Army expedition team found mysterious marks in snow in the Makalu-Barun National Park. These marks were 32 inch long and 15 inch wide. The Indian Army said that they sighted these marks on 9th April close to the base camp. The army believed that these mysterious marks were the footprints of the mythical Yeti..   read more »

Equipment Reviews »

IndiaWilds Photography Equipment review

DJI launches 4K Action camera Osmo

DJI, the current leader in civilian drones, in an interesting move has moved into the action camera space by launching DJI Osmo. The Osmo looks similar to the Go Pro Hero 7 black. However, DJI has included a front facing LCD for the selfie generation..   read more »


Wildlife Photography

How to earn money using a DSLR

What are the various ways to make money out of a DSLR explained in this article.   read more »

Conservation Articles »

Conservation Article

Giving them wings to Fly

The Brihaspati Kund is most important as it also has rock art shelters, discovered by Shri. K.F. Jadia in 1962. The rock shelter at Brihaspati Kund depicts human activities of varied nature as old as early Mesolithic Period. ..   read more »


Making of - Leopards: The Last Stand

Making of - Leopards: The Last Stand

My film "Leopards: The Last Stand", which is in production is an effort to document and highlight the plight of the leopard..  read more »

Book Reviews»

book review

Book Review: On Jim Corbett’s Trail By by A.J.T. Johnsingh

The first part of the book is focused on the author A.J.T. Johnsingh trying to visit all the places mentioned in the books of Jim Corbett. Over several attempts, the author along with some of his colleagues have tried to cover all the small villages mentioned by Jim Corbett when he was moving in search of the maneaters...  read more »

Latest Articles

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    Industrial hub or Biodiversity trove? – What is your choice!

    Asansol – Durgapur industrial region is popular for its contribution to the Indian economy through its coal and industrial production. But apart from this economical importance the area is also famous for its cultural and ecological value. Churulia, situated in Asansol is the birthplace of thr rebel poet Kazi Nazrul Islam.

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  • How can you make a difference to the World?

    How can you make a difference to the World?

    In an increasingly polluted world where man is the dominant species and is forcing all other species to cede space to itself and hurtling them towards extinction, where the actions of man is having severe consequences on the ability of natural world which in turn is having consequences on man in form of pollution of air, water as well as ..

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    Wetlands – An Eternal Abode for Avifauna

    The term “Wetland” is used for diverse habitats in different climatic zones of the earth, which is indeed difficult to define in simple term. The International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) defined “Wetlands” broadly for the purpose of the Ramsar convention on ‘Wetlands of International Importance’ as:..

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