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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Waders Of The Indian Subcontinent
Waders of The Indian Subcontinent by Harkirat Singh Sangha – reviewed by Bikram Grewal

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The Right Of Passage
The Right of Passage by Ashish Kothari and Poorva Goel – reviewed by Francesca Cotta.

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Conservation Kaleidoscope: People...
Conservation Kaleidoscope edited by Pankaj Sekhsaria – reviewed by Abinaya Kalyanasundaram.

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At Their Fingertips: WCT’s New Wi...
At their Fingertips Purva Variyar introduces Sanctuary readers to the Wildlife Conservation Trust’s new wildlife crime app – the ‘Wildlife Judgements Database’.

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A Tale Of Two Ferns
A Tale of Two Ferns Two unique, xeric species and the multitude of evolutionary tricks in their survival arsenal, by Soham Kacker.

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NaturenomicsTM For The Eastern Hi...
Naturenomics™ for the Eastern Himalayas Excerpts from the Validatory Address by Ranjit Barthakur at the 9th Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™.

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Saving A Giant
Ayushi Jain on how she and the local community around the Chandragiri river in Kerala are working towards protecting the rare and endangered Cantor’s giant.

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Epiphytes: Plants Of The Enchante...
Epiphytes: Plants of the Enchanted Forest Canopy Dr. Seshadri K.S. writes about the inhabitants of the forest canopy – that elusive, wondrous eighth continent.

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Rewilding the Shola-Grasslands
Godwin Vasanth Bosco has spent years studying and restoring the plant ecology of his beloved shola forests in the Nilgiris.

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Goldmines Revealed - Field Storie...
Three different accounts from three different teams studying this elusive species in three different states. By Anukul Nath, A. Kalaimani, Chethan Kumar Gandla.

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Building Capacity To Monitor Bird...
Kaushik Sarkar shares his experience conducting a training programme on bird monitoring for locals in Thanamir village, Nagaland.

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Coal Mines And Buried Promises In...
Pranav Capila reports on the mine-next-door that threatens to forever disrupt life in and around Chhattisgarh’s Hasdeo Aranya forest.

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