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.

P Gowri Shankar: life with the King

December 01, 2016

Many young students, upon arriving in Agumbe for their research or field-work, have been intrigued by a bearded scientist who breathes and lives snakes. P. Gowri Shankar, herpetologist, is a […]

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 […]

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