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.

Calotropis

February 15, 2017

Many of us, as youngsters, may have indulged in the pleasure of chasing and catching the silken floss floating lazily in the still summer air. Once caught, the seed and […]

Mistletoe – A Partial Parasite

January 01, 2017

For many of us, the mistletoe is perhaps just a mythical plant that druid Getafix harvested with his golden sickle and used to prepare his magical potion that helped the […]

Tiger Beetle

November 15, 2016

A small creature took to the air from near my feet. It flew a short distance close to the ground and landed further down the trail that I was walking […]

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 […]

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