Bangalore has earned the epithet of ‘nature photographers’ capital’, and Karnataka is home to a large number of keen wildlife photographers. What better way to showcase their powerful imagery than through ‘Photo-Stories’?

River Tern Rendezvous

August 15, 2014

I first saw River Terns (Sterna aurantia) during a visit to Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, and fell in love with their beautiful black-capped heads, orange feet, yellow bills and grayish-white bodies. […]

The Other Side of Coorg

July 15, 2014

Coorg – anglicized from Kodagu – is a district in South Karnataka, lying between 11°56’ and 12° 52’ North Latitude and 75° 22’  and 76° 12’ East Longitude. Mythology The […]


May 16, 2014

The night sky is an amazing place! We all have seen it, and we all have admired it. I am an avid star gazer and have been photographing stars for […]

Endemic Birds of the Western Ghats – Part 1

April 04, 2014

Running along the western coast of India for a distance of 1600 km and spanning 7 states is the impressive mountain range called the Western Ghats. The Western Ghats are […]

Bar-headed Geese of Magadi

February 01, 2014

A congregation of Bar-headed Geese at Magadi Lake   Nestled in a sleepy village called Magadi about 20 kms from Gadag in North Karnataka is a village lake which comes […]


January 01, 2014

Music is the heart and soul of everything in nature. From the wonderful calls of avian and mammalian life to the rhythmic melody of leaves swaying in the breeze to […]

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