Behind every research paper, conservation effort, new species’ discovery, or efforts to protect our forests, are the often unseen crusaders and path-breakers. ‘Interviews’ is a collection of engaging conversations that brings these wonderful people into the limelight they rightly deserve, doling out loads of inspiration for readers.

Namma Krupakar-Senani

September 15, 2016

Namma, in Kannada, translates to ‘our’. Prefix namma to anything or anyone, and it instantly becomes endearing. Namma Krupakar-Senani – the duo synonymous with wild dogs, wildlife and a wild […]

In conversation with Rajesh Puttaswamaiah

August 15, 2016

A lawyer by day and a bat researcher by night, Rajesh Puttaswamaiah is an intrepid explorer. He walks the tightrope between backing up his findings with scientific data and dispelling common […]

Sandesh Kadur: the intrepid explorer

May 15, 2016

Spending time in the wilderness with animals and reptiles in particular fascinated Sandesh as a youngster. Bike and car rallies too. It was his love for wildlife that stuck on, as […]

Treading New Ground – Kalyan Varma

December 15, 2015

Kalyan Varma. The name immediately brings to one’s mind a charismatic young man who gave up a thriving career in IT to pursue his passion – wildlife. Over the years, […]

Of planting trees and memories – S G Neginhal

September 15, 2015

One of his citations reads that a list of his contributions and achievements would demand a separate chapter by itself. Yet, this outstanding civil servant, an octogenarian, is a symbol […]

Down memory lane with Rom Whitaker

August 15, 2015

Romulus Earl Whitaker (known fondly as Rom to most) has single handedly influenced, perhaps, an entire generation to develop interest in reptiles. During the yesteryears, his Common Indian Snakes – A Field […]

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