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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Purva Variyar delves into the world of biological photography to showcase natures marvels up-close.

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Camera Trapping In Bandit Land
Sanjay Gubbi shares the little-known conservation potential of the Malai-Mahadeshwara Hills at the confluence of the Western and Eastern Ghats.

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In The Face Of Sixth Mass Extinct...
Purva Variyar writes about the Anthropocene, and the fate that awaits the world at the hands of Homo sapiens.

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On toothlessness
An insight in the life of Indian Pangolin.

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The Deep Water Blues
The resilience of our marine ecosystems is being tested like never before.

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Trail of the Whistling Hunter
Dr. Kate Jenks along with her team studies dholes to secure their future.

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The Capped Monkeys Of India's Nor...
In the forests of Northeast India, you're unlikely to miss a long-tailed monkey that virtually wears a cap on its head.

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Grow Fast And Die Young - The Acc...
Following the leopards of Jawai over two years has led Adam Bannister to believe that these felines lead relatively short lives.

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The Deep Water Blues: Q&A With Na...
Executive Director of Reef Watch Marine Conservation, Nayantara Jain confesses that she has her feet on the sand and her heart in the sea. After spending se

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From The Hills Of The Himalayan L...
Telling a story of the little-studied Himalayan langur, Himani Nautiyal writes of hours spent observing the antics of these primates of Garhwal.

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When Art Takes Wing
With delicate strokes and bold splashes of colour, professional artist and amateur naturalist Sangeetha Kadur captures the exquisiteness of birds.

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Wildlife Biologist And Filmmaker...
She had already become a powerful agent of change for Indias conservation movement, but fate took, wildlife biologist Archana Bali

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