Sanctuary Asia


The Sanctuary Nature Foundation’s flagship Sanctuary Asia magazine founded and edited by Bittu Sahgal has been in continuous publication since 1981 and remains India's leading and best-loved magazine in its genre. Browse through select articles from our past issues.
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The Giant Squirrels Of Palani
The Giant Squirrels of Palani Sanjay Prasad Ganguli underscores the threats to the Malabar giant squirrels of the Palani hills.

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COP26
COP26 Shailendra Yashwant tells us why the recently concluded COP26 is one step forward and many steps backwards for humanity.

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The Last Stand Of The Little Flor...
The Last Stand of the Little Florican An ode to the grassland-dwelling Lesser Florican that is endemic to the Indian subcontinent by the legendary Nigel Collar.

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Kashmir’s Wetlands - Crying To Be...
Kashmir’s Wetlands: Crying to be Restored Asad Rahmani makes a strong case for restoring Kashmir’s extraordinarily biodiverse wetlands.

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The Sanctuary Wildlife Awards 202...
Inspirational Souls. Fearless Heroes. Our World's Real Warriors. Meet the men, women and children fighting for our planet.

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Meet Anwaruddin Choudhury
Meet Anwaruddin Choudhury He speaks with Bittu Sahgal about his childhood, inspirations and pioneering work in the Northeast.

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Dr. Jane Goodall: A Symbol Of Hop...
A childhood spent with nature shaped the life of Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, writes Lakshmy Raman.

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Tansa: A Forgotten Forest Paradis...
Tansa: A Forgotten Forest Paradise Kedar Gore sheds light on what makes this breathtaking forest so precious and why we need to prioritise its protection.

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On The Trails of the Great Sawfis...
Following a team working with coastal communities, Abida Rahman Chowdhury delves into sawfish poaching on the Bangladeshi coast.

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River Animals And River People: F...
Rizwan Mithawala speaks to ecologist Nachiket Kelkar about his work on Riverine Ecosystems and Livelihoods with the Wildlife Conservation Trust.

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Existing Edens
Cara Tejpal remembers her humbling first visit to Dibang Valley that forged a relationship with this landscape that has only strengthened over the years.

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Waiting in the Wings for the Swam...
Sarbasis Dutta writes about his field trip on the trail of the elusive Swamp Prinia in the Pasighat Reserve Forest, Arunachal Pradesh.

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