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February 10, 2014
Bird Sanctuaries in India

Birdwatching has become one of the most sought-after recreational sports during the past few years. Venturing out in solitude or with a group of friends to explore the avifauna is not only interesting but also very rejuvenating. As urban settlers, we have all grown up watching sparrows, pigeons, crows, peacocks and mynas, but there is so much more to birds than these. Diversity is a unique feature of India as a nation. Just as there [...]Read More

January 2, 2014
Jaguar - The Big Cat

The uniqueness of the Indian sub-continent lies in the diversity it offers in every aspect. India is blessed with the most disparate geography and climate which provide habitat to a vivid range of flora and fauna. The incredible range of wildlife in India is a nature’s gift that makes India the ideal location for Wildlife Tourism. Protecting the birds and animals in the zoological parks is a good thing but there is nothing better than [...]Read More

October 14, 2013
Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary, Goa

  Location: Ponda Taluka, Goa Heading to Goa this season? Then don’t forget to set foot in the Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary for a close rendezvous with your favorite animals. The smallest yet most popular sanctuary in Goa, it is located in Ponda Taluka in the northeastern part of the city. Contained in a very small area of just 8 km, the Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary is covered with moist deciduous forest and evergreen vegetation patches. This [...]Read More

June 6, 2013
Bird Sanctuaries In Karnataka

How would you feel being welcomed by the melodious chirping sounds of birds and cool fresh air around you? Totally relaxed. This is what the mesmerizing places such as bird sanctuaries and wild life sanctuaries can do. These can relax you, make you feel rejuvenated and connect you with Mother Nature. Karnataka, one of the southern states in India, is rich in flora and fauna with forest area of about 38,720 square kilometer. Bird sanctuaries [...]Read More

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