bird photography

Kaziranga January 2016 Trip Report – Part 1 (Nameri)

Every year we embark on an epic wildlife tour of Assam, where the mighty Brahmaputra River nurtures a unique and diverse ecosystem. But this year was an especial species fest.  Sourabha Rao reports on the specifics of the epicness starting with this first part which contains the story of Nameri. After landing in
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The Alluring Depths of Forests Never Stop Calling: Nandhagopan

It’s true that in many a story, venturing out to forests and into the wild begins as a respite from the mundane, clockwork life we’re accustomed to, in the cities. Nonetheless, each story is worth telling, worth shared. And this week, we bring you one such story – Nandhagopan’s journey as a photographer. While the
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When a Hobby Becomes an Obsession: Sunny Roy

About six years ago, when Mr. Roy was leafing through the pages of National Geographic Magazine, his zest for a new hobby had found a clear direction: photography thus became the calling of another man who decided to teach himself the art of making images. Sunny Roy began reading everything he could about
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December 2015 Little Rann of Kutch Tour Report

With the rain gods having lavished it with attention in August, the Little Rann of Kutch was gleaming enticingly. What was in store for our group was about to be revealed. With most of the participants coming into Kutch for the first time, I was very excited to show them the natural beauty of the land of migratory
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The Delightful Eight: The Most Spectacular Birds of Costa Rica

Sometimes, life is in the hovering, in the rapidness of wing-flapping, in a tiny heart throbbing, and in the searching: of nectar-filled blooms in flowering plants. Sometimes, life is in the joy of going to a rainforested land and in watching birds flying free, knowing precisely where they belong. This week, we’re
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Passion Gives Form to the Inexpressible: Mohan Thomas

Toucan
When photography helps you express the ineffable… Photography has been more than a hobby for Toehold Patron, Mohan Thomas; “It’s been a way of expression,” says Mohan, who reveres it as an art. Mohan’s journey of making pictures started in 1999, when he started to preserve special moments
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Little Rann of Kutch December 2014 Tour Report

Desert Fox
Most people visit Kutch to see two things – the wild ass and the flamingos.  But there’s always more. A barren emptiness for as far as the eyes can see and beyond welcomes one to Kutch.  The Little Rann of Kutch is situated in Gujarat and is the last abode of the Asiatic wild ass. […]
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