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.

Balanophora fungosa

December 01, 2014

It was one of those year-end jaunts into the wilderness with like-minded friends. Destination – Coorg. After enjoying the forests and its denizens through most part of the morning, we […]

Soldier Crabs

November 01, 2014

From a distance, you see a grey mass marching up the shore like an army on a mission. Get close and you see their body clothed in grey armour, propped […]

Antlions

September 15, 2014

A long telephone conversation is often associated with doodling. Some people are very adept at it and even turn out masterpieces worth admiring. Larvae of some species of antlions too […]

Mole Cricket

August 01, 2014

The Mole Cricket has an apt name – it is a cricket (an insect) that burrows and tunnels like a mole (insectivore-mammal). They are generally small and grow to about […]

Missing Leaves

June 16, 2014

All of us, urbanites, enjoy the fluttering of butterflies in our immediate environs. It brings back childhood memories of chasing a butterfly while on a picnic with family or when […]

Portia

June 15, 2014

The name Portia instantly transports many of us to the canals of Venice; it however takes me back to the north-eastern part of India where I had a chance encounter […]

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