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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Birding In Peninsular Malaysia
Birding in Peninsular Malaysia Ram Gopalakrishnan offers Sanctuary readers vignettes from a clutch of birding destinations in Malaysia.

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A Road To Nowhere
A 270-km. long highway cutting through the dense forest of Tamenglong in the Naga hills of Manipur threatens the stability of this unique biodiversity hotspot.

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The Great Vanishing
Grasslands are the ‘common’ lands of the community and while there have been robust traditional institutions ensuring their sustainable management in the past.

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Meet Dr. Naveen Pandey
An intrinsic part of The Corbett Foundation, and an invited lecturer at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, University of Edinburgh, Dr. Naveen.

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Learning To Be Detritivores
Ten of us sat around a tall compost heap at Kotturpuram Urban Forest (KUF), filling packets for seedling trees.

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Save Dibang: Scientists, Civil So...
Update from the Save Dibang campaign. Scientists, civil society, and locals have written detailed representations to the FAC urging them to scrap the project.

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Humanimals May 2022
Befriend your inner ape.

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Earth Manners May 2022
May 16th is the International Day of Living Together in Peace.

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Gallery May 2022
Where Nature meets Art.

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Wild Encounter May 2022
Gargi Wagh meets a bark gecko.

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The Green Gold of Periyar
C.R. Ramana Kailash finds himself awash in wildlife and nature in the Periyar Tiger Reserve.

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Mixed Bag May 2022
Fun facts, jokes and trivia about the natural world.

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