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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Humanimals November 2023
HUMANIMALS Befriend your inner ape.

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Do You Ever Think About Tigers?
After reading about the tragic extinction of the Caspian tiger, Shiraz Aga translated her concern for dwindling tiger populations into a beautiful, poetic comic

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Green Peeps November 2023
GREEN PEEPS THE CUB INTERVIEW Meet Seema Lokhandwala, 31, wildlife biologist and conservationist.

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Squelchy Skippers
PHOTOSTORY Mudskippers by Santanu Majumdar.

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Sharing Smart
PHOTOFEATURE Sharing ‘Smart’.

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Tiny Titans
TINYTITANS The RESQ team successfully operated on an injured mouse deer, and ensured it had a natural enclosure to regain strength in, by Neha Panchamiya.

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Meet Oswald J. Schmitz
Meet Oswald J. Schmitz Professor at the Yale University School of the Environment, Schmitz studies the links between biodiversity and climate.

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The Elephant In The Room: Comment...
That gleaming white incisor you see on this page used to be a life saver for elephants. But in recent centuries,

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Bearing Witness
Bearing Witness.

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A Rewilding Journey In Chamba
A Rewilding Journey in Chamba Neyi Jamoh and Mud on Boots Project Leader Vishal Ahuja detail the restoration work undertaken by him in Himachal’s.

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Planting Pioneers
Planting Pioneers Rewilding is the newest buzzword, but the key to successful restoration must go beyond planting native species, to planting native pioneer.

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Book Review: The Ministry For The...
Bhavya Iyer reviews The Ministry for the Future by Kim Stanley Robinson.

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