India’s natural areas are gaining increasing appreciation for their beauty and also their inherent value of being ‘natural capital’. Most protection efforts are however focused only on designated wildlife sanctuaries and tiger reserves, while lesser-known natural areas face a high degree of pressure for development. We bring these ‘Unexplored Areas’ into focus, so that their intrinsic value and need for protection are highlighted.

Monsoon Days in Badami

August 15, 2014

A fifteen hundred year old temple on the steps leading to a lake, sandstone cliffs surrounding the lake’s waters in three directions, ornate carvings inside the rock-cut temples on the […]

Birding in Coorg

July 15, 2014

As the mist clears, I’m standing amidst coffee shrubs and the air comes alive with birdsong. I am under a strangler fig,watching a multitude of birds flying in to feed […]

Nandi Hills – Escape the City

June 01, 2014

As Bangalore’s air chokes up with the disappearance of its trees and the appearance of more concrete and vehicles, a city dweller can’t help but ask for a breath of […]

Towering Over Clouds – Kodachadri

April 01, 2014

Kodachadri is a well-known mountain in the Western Ghats.  It is located in Hosanagar taluk, Shimoga district. The peak is 1343 meters high – the highest in the district. The […]

Wilderness Areas of Tumkur

March 01, 2014

Located in south-interior Karnataka and spread over 10,000 sq km, Tumkur District is host to a wide variety of wildlife. Although forests cover just about 4% of the district’s geographical […]

Byndoor – A birding paradise by the sea

February 01, 2014

Many places along Karnataka’s coast, with the Arabian Sea on one side and the Western Ghats on the other, offer very interesting experiences for the birder. One such place is […]

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