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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Lessons from Jungle Classroom
An account of Wildlife Crime Prevention Training program at Nagarahole and Bandipur

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Technology Goes Wild
With the advent of the industrial age came a technology that caused irreversible damage to our environment. Purva Variyar writes.

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National Society Of The Friends O...
The National Society of the Friends of the Trees creates awareness of the vital role that trees play in our lives.

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Becoming A Mountain - Himalayan J...
Soon after a vicious assault left him and his wife on the threshold of death, writer Stephen Alter found himself struggling with questions.

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No Climate For Fig Wasps
It was a terrible 480C outside and we were hoping for the huge male tiger to make his move from a cool, shady and well-watered forest patch.

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Looking at how development for humans is affecting the Wild species.

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Wildlife Conservation Society
Tracing back Ullas Karanth's steps and the growth of WCS in India.

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The Umred-Karhandla Story
Roheet Karoo writes on the sanctuary's regeneration and community conservancies in villages like Gothangaon.

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Ocean Wanderers
A flock of birders take to the open sea for 24 hours.

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Charotars Crocodiles
In a part of Gujarat, a community lives in extraordinary harmony with resident crocodiles, writes Anirudh Vasava.

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Revisiting Nagarahole
On January 29, 2015, we headed to the Nagarahole Tiger Reserve for a two-day trip to sight wildlife as well as to unwind ourselves.

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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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