They say it is a birder's delight, but I feel it is any wildlife aficionado's delight. Even after repeated visits to Keoladeo, 185 kms from Delhi, the sight of an enigmatic Dusky Eagle owl never ceases to fascinate me, and this time around I had my precious Nikon Binocs -god bless his soul whoever (Hans Lippershay? ) invented it.
Growing up reading Corbett’s stories, I assumed the word ‘jungle’ synonoumos with Corbett. I am yet to visit all the NP of India, but having visited quite a few ones would like to crown Corbett my favourite. The entire topography fascinates me. This was my second visit to Corbett (can you imagine, staying so close). We went for a few game drives in the Bijrani and Jhirna range, the abundance of wildlife sightings here overwhelm me.
My name is Nilanjana and I am an avid bird watcher and a big time wildlife enthusiast. I take frequent trips here in India to various National Parks and am always on the lookout for some unusual spotting. 48 hours back, I came back from Kanha, one of the biggest National Parks in Central India.
Not too many people are aware of a beautiful haven of wildlife called Tadoba, just 205 kms from Nagpur airport. Probably Nagpur’s more famous neighboring National Parks (Kanha,Pench) tend to dominate the attention. After a friend mentioned it, I had decided to explore this ‘Jewel Of Vidharbha’. Notwithstanding the sweltering heat of summer, decided to visit Tadoba.