A visit to nature is a healing experience for many. Pondering over nature’s creations under the guidance of a nature-interpreter can increase the experience manifold because it helps in better appreciation. ‘Naturalist’s Corner’, by JLR’s naturalists, has been tailored to bridge this knowledge-gap most enthusiasts face, ensuring that your journey into nature is an ever-increasing learning curve.

Robberfly

October 15, 2016

During summer, the water level in the Bhadra reservoir goes down, exposing a strip of land. Several plants use this opportunity and grow for a few months until the land […]

Moulting Grasshopper

September 01, 2016

Ask the question “Do you look like your parents?”, to insects. The young ones of grasshoppers, bugs and cockroaches will answer “yes”, while butterflies and beetles will say “no”. All these […]

Birthwort and the butterfly

July 15, 2016

Aristolochias are also popularly known as Birthworts besides many other names given to them. The family is represented by about 500 species world over. Most birthworts are creepers and several […]

Preying Spiders

June 01, 2016

Monsoons breathe new life into the landscape; the dry landscape suddenly becomes a vibrant green. The countryside that was hitherto seemingly dull, dreary, dry and bereft of any life suddenly […]

The Spider Wasp Episode

April 15, 2016

When I sat down to photograph a spider wasp, little was I planning to sit rooted to the spot for over two hours, witnessing one of the most fascinating dramas […]

Silver Spiders: thieves of the spider world

March 15, 2016

A couple of my friends and I decided to drive to the outskirts of Bangalore and try our luck with photographing some wildlife; our primary focus was birds. However, it […]

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