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Sharing news and facts about endangered species of India.


The Women Who Live Alongside Rhinos In India

This is a guest post by Bikash Kumar Bhattacharya, republished from Mongabay with permission.  Kasema Khatun’s tiny, thatched-roof house lies just a few feet from the swaying elephant grass thickets of OrangRead More…


Saving An Endangered Tree Through Sustainable Use

Rainforest Trust’s partner Applied Environmental Research Foundation (AERF) in India uses unique economic opportunities to encourage communities to sustainably manage natural resources. Flowering Pterocarpus marsupium. Photo courtesy of AERF. After dedicating extensiveRead More…


8 Destinations In India Which Are a Must Visit for All Nature Lovers

India, known for its Color and Culture not only excites you with its Historical Monuments but has many breathtaking Natural Scenic Attractions too. From the exquisite scenic delights of the snowy localesRead More…

Image Of The Day: Life Is A Bed Of Flowers For Me

Life is a bed of flowers for me !!

This shot of a lizard on a yellow flower was taken by Ramalingam, shared at India’s Endangered Wild Shots (IEWS)

If you want your photos to feature here, and get a chance to become our photographer of the month, share your original photos at out Flickr Group today –

The theme for February is “All Things Yellow Found In Nature”

Image copyright remains with the photographer. Shared here as part of the group – India’s Endangered Wild Shots. 

Image Of The Day: Colours Of A Butterfly

Butterlfy by Vijay Kumar, Kangra Himachal Pradesh

This Common Jezebel butterfly was shot by Vijay Kumar in Kangra, Himachal Pradesh. The common jezebel is easily found all over India, especially in temperate regions. While the colours of the butterfly make it beautiful to look at, they are also a warning that this butterfly is poisonous!

If you want to share your photos of ‘All Things Yellow Found In Nature’, join our Flickr group and share for the theme of the month.

Image copyright remains with the photographer. Shared here as part of the group – India’s Endangered Wild Shots.