"Notes from the Field" provides frequent updates and pictures from our biologists and students who are working in the field or at our headquarters, the World Center for Birds of Prey.
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Ranthambhore: Haunt of the Royal Bengal Tiger by Munir Virani
Winding down the narrow cobbled road across the gallery of forests with its stunning backdrop of golden-drenched cliffs, it seemed only like yesterday when I first did this same stretch. Spotted deer and peafowl stood along the side of the road oblivious to the speeding open jeeps that carried tourists eager to get even a glimpse of one of India’s enigmatic icons – the Royal Bengal Tiger. As we maneuvered our way through the towering main gate of the impressive fort that also leads to the entrance of the park, I couldn’t help but realize that I have been coming to this magnificent place for the last 14 years. I have bittersweet memories of driving up the same road towards the fort in April 2000 and pointing out dead and moribund Oriental White-backed Vultures.Read more...
Kota Shatabdi Express - The Journey from Delhi to Kota
The Kota Shatabdi Express from New DelhiRead more...
From Temples to Tigers: Monitoring Vultures in India
The Chambal River Sanctuary in Rajasthan India
Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve Munir Virani in Koshi Camp, Nepal
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