Delhi's social Butterflies: Why the city's citizen scientists are counting butterflies in crowded residential areas
They flutter like eyelashes, dip like fish, or float languidly in an undulating rhythm that is mesmerising to watch, like ripples on a lake.
Walk along the Ken to Find a World You Didn't Know Was There
We discussed old stories, traditions surrounding the water, agricultural practices, recent climate patterns, historical narratives, people’s aspira...
A Village Where Farmers Adopt And Nurture Rare Birds Even If They Harm The Crops!
These villagers have happily adopted the birds. That is why, gradually, this place has become a hub of rare migratory birds.
Meet the young man who, in a small way, is doing more to save Delhi’s ecology than its politicians
The walk is conducted by the light of the full moon - people (experience) nature without ... even simple torches!
Two conservation communities from northeast India win biodiversity awards
The realisation that the community-controlled forest was home to many endemic species helped ... provide protection to all species here.
The indigenous doctors and Healers of Chhattisgarh
Knowledge and a respect for ecology still enables the local traditional healers to ensure immense faith and following by Chhattisgarh folk.
The Ficus in the Tea: The fight for the lonely atti maram (fig tree)
Other than a tiger, almost all the other large mammals in the region were seen under the lone fig tree!
Mumbai sighting of Olive Ridley hatchlings may not be as rare as imagined
It is entirely possible that it is only due to the regular clean-up of this 2.5-km-long beach (since 2015) that the turtles have returned.