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  1. ~ This June, 2017 article from Time magazine tells of the wildlife photojournalism career of Nick Nichols, as documented in the recently released biography, A Wild Life, by Melissa Harris. Nichols explains that he made various mistakes along the way to becoming an advocate for endangered wildlife through engrossing images. He states his belief that land is ultimately the primary conservation issue.
  2. I have been doing safaris in India since 1990. But never thought i would get so lucky ever. It was December 2014, i was searching for Wild Elephants in Dudhwa National Park. Saw them at a distance of about 50 meters, it was late evening, dipping light, mist did not help, and i started to take photographs. Suddenly noticed some crouching movement between myself and the Elephants, Focussed and i could not believe my luck, a Tiger. he was stalking the baby elephant, maybe a month old, and the cow Elephant was very cautious. The Elephants would trumpet, try to scare the Tiger away, but he remained focussed, with a mission possessed, and did not leave his ground. Having watched the scene for over 20 minutes we had to leave the park as the safari time had come to a close. Left with a heavy and a praying heart that God save the baby. I left Dudhwa after 2 days, it was only after 7 days that my driver called and said, "' Sir the baby is safe, and i saw him today during the safari", was i releaved would be an understatement. Sharing the images here. Detailed article titled The Dudhwa Drama on below link
  3. ~ This article, originally published in the New York Times, explains the use of an extensive camera trap network in Costa Rica to photograph such larger cats as puma, margay, ocelot and jaguarundi. On the Osa Peninsula the diminished jaguar population is also monitored by the 80 camera traps. Local farmers view jaguars as threats to their livelihood hence kill them.
  4. Hello folks, I have been instructed to share with you some updates from here in Iringa and Ruaha national park. We have just hooked up with Pack For A Purpose so that you can now find a list of things to bring with you on safari that will make a big difference to people who will really appreciate it. Paul Tickner Safaris supports the Mkuyu Guide School which provides training and opportunities for local young people in the safari industry. You can find out more about that here and find the packing list here Follow us on social media for regular updates from the school. Safari wise we have had some wonderful times in Ruaha with some great people recently. Here is a sequence from one particularly incredible sighting we had when 5 lions pulled down a young elephant right in front of us. Read the comments section for added enjoyment We are just announcing a group safari in partnership with Reis Voyage for 2016. The safari will take in the Ngorogoro Crater, the Serengeti, Ruaha national park and Mafia Island and promises to be a very special safari indeed, guided all the way by myself. You can find out more with this PDF Thanks everybody and I hope to see some of you in Ruaha, Mafia Island and southern Tanzania very soon!
  5. If you are looking for small group overland trips/adventure safaris in India.......... Welcome to Prayaan India Overland. We are the first overland travel company to be based in India and operated by Indians. Your passion may be big cats, birds, jungle safaris, photography, travelling, camping, angling, adventure sports, meeting people.. ( off course the list goes on), or simply relaxing in the serenity of a remote wilderness..................... An overland trip though India allows you to experience all of that and much more. With 412 different types of mammals, more than 1300 bird species, 8% of all the world's reptilians it is one of the naturally most diverse countries. Boasting almost 500 wildlife sanctuaries, 100 national parks and 14 biosphere reserves, this country will never let you run out of options. Overlanding with Prayaan, we assure that the destinations you will reach are a perfect amalgam of the most famous names like Corbett, Ranthambore and lots of offbeat places like the salty vastness of Rann of kutch, dunes of the Desert national park.

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