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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New Species Of Bird Discovered In...
A new species of bird has been described from northeastern India and adjacent parts of China by a team of scientists from Sweden, India,

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Book Review: Reflections On Manag...
Purva Variyar reviews 'Reflections on Managing Water - Earth's Greatest Natural Resource' by Indira Khurana, Romit Sen and Shilpi Jain.

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Chasing Chacha
How India's most notorious tiger-parts trader since Sansar Chand was caught.

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Clear as Glass
Nature is designed in a interesting ways. Putting together complex systems.

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Guardians of Tomorrow
The winner inspire to help build a sustainable planet.

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Breed Or Bust? Can Captive Breedi...
Could captive breeding bring the Great Indian Bustard back from the brink of extinction, asks Arjun Awasthi.

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A Critical Note On The Status Of...
Mohammad Shafi Bacha highlights the plight of the threahtened populations of the Kashmir deer (hangul).

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A Leap of Faith
We take a leap of faith, as we continue going down the same road of development

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Tourists from the Dark Side
Talking about pros and cons of wildlife tourism.

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In The Bag
Getting geared to dabble in wildlife photography? Take a look inside Ramki Sreenivasans camera bag.

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The Great Indian Vulture Decline
Once a vulture paradise, India has become a tomb for these magnificent birds, with a dramatic decline in their population.

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The Vulture Crisis
On September 5, 2015, birders and wildlife enthusiasts across the globe will celebrate Vulture Awareness Day.

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