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In India Song, the latest series by the London-based photographer Karen Knorr, a sarus crane strikes a statuesque one-legged pose a proud avian sentinel watching over a spun-sugar white marble chamber in Udaipur's City Palace. A cheetah gazes
Nestled amidst the rapidly urbanising metropolis of Noida is a green paradise that has, in recent years, emerged as an important breeding ground for endangered birds. With the nesting season for the endangered Sarus Crane having already begun, the
Photographers capture intense moments being played out in the middle of deep forests and the haunting rhythms of life in rural India. Their works are on display at the Kasthuri Sreenivasan Art Gallery as part of the DJ Memorial Photography Contest...
It is believed that if one bird of the pair were to die, then the other follows the path toward starvation by refusing any food or water...India is the permanent habitat for this non-migratory bird, which stands 6 feet (1.8 m) talltowering over even
After battling water shortages for 10 long years, Bharatpur is again ready to host winged visitors in numbers not seen in the bird sanctuary since the 1990s. Water from the Goverdhan drain reached the park last week, promising a permanent solution to
The Sultanpur National Bird Sanctuary here has been reopened for the public Tuesday after a delay of nearly a fortnight, a wildlife official said. Visitors will be allowed till April 30, before it closes again. "The bird sanctuary was scheduled to
The Indian Sarus crane writes a sad story about what was created to be a wonderful park. Hey Crow, raven, jackdaw or whatever you are, Man is the one to eat crow! Look at the destruction, death, extinction and devastation he has caused on this planet.
A pair sighted in Nagarparkar in Sindh province this year has given hope to wildlife enthusiasts that the rare bird may become part of Pakistan's landscape once again. "Khyber Pakhtunkhwa tops the list where these birds are hunted on a large-scale
The New York Times Then one morning while I drank coffee, a shimmering blue-black sunbird came to drink nectar in my garden. At twilight one day, I looked up to see a hornbill perched on a neighbor's tree. An interview with the prime minister of
Bird enthusiasts are excited after their regular sightings in marshy and agricultural fields along the Swan river, a tributary of the Sutlej. Prabhat Bhatti, a bird watcher and wildlife photographer based in Nangal in Punjab, has spotted the bird a