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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The Bengal Slow Loris
Introducing elusive endearing primates threatened by deforestation and exotic pet trade.

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The Heir of the Queen Mother
Chronicles of fascinating lives of three young, wild tigers from "cubhood" to adulthood.

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Nature And Nation
Sanctuary's Assistant Editor Anirudh Nair reviews Mahesh Rangarajans Nature and Nation.

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Book Review: Spell Of The Tiger -...
Sanctuary's Assistant Editor Purva Variyar reviews Sy Montgomery's 'Spell of the Tiger - The Man-eaters of Sundarbans.'

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Sustaining Environment And Wildli...
In and around Maharashtras Gondia district, an NGO called SEWA (Sustaining Environment and Wildlife Assemblage) is helping regenerate tiger habitats,

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Celebrating Birds
Gleanings from the UP Bird Festival- three days of intense birding, learnings, warnings.

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Cashew Feni and Forest Tales
Better management of plantations tackling a twin threat- habitat destruction and hunting.

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Length Of Skin, Weight Of Bones
A chilling journey into the minds and methods of some individuals from India's traditional hunting communities.

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Learning From The Locals
Ph.D. researcher Sanjeeta Sharma pays gratitude to the many wonderful people she encountered during her fieldwork in India and Nepal.

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Divya Mudappa - Restoring The Fab...
Heading outdoors, into forests, among animals of all sorts was always something I found irresistible. Still, it was not until I entered college to study zoolo

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Hornbill Haven
Amitha Bachan K.H. of the Western Ghats Hornbill Foundation writes about The Great Hornbills nesting and mating patterns.

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A positive outlook for future
Bittu Sahgal, talks about believing in passing on a brighter future to coming generation.

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