#Wildspotting

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Wildspotting: My morning with Spotted Owlets

Spotted owlets, as I discovered in one of the islands of Hebbal lake, are very complex in nature, since within the same species they can show differences.
on Jul 15, 2014

Wildspotting: A date with a cat at Bandipur Tiger Reserve

Ever wondered why we fuss so much over conserving tigers in the natural world and why are they called the hero of the jungle?
on Jul 7, 2014

Wildspotting: Lessons in wooing from the natural world

Mating and wooing in the natural habitat can be quite Shakespearen complete with courtship displays, ornaments and gifts presented to females.
on Jun 25, 2014

Wildspotting: The tale of the River Tern

Scientifically called Sterna Aurantia, the fresh water loving River Terns are widely found in South East Asia but of late, their numbers have been reducing ...
on Jun 20, 2014

Wildspotting: Happy tree friends

Birds, bats, and other organisms develop such a close relationship with trees that they start to depend on one another for their survival.
on May 30, 2014

Wildspotting: A hoot of an encounter with a barn owl

Barn owls are increasing in number in the cities because their prey, rodents, are burgeoning in number here.
on Apr 28, 2014