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The Majestic Polar Bear

March 10th, 2014
The Artic region is a home ground for many animals which may include musk oxen, foxes, hares, seals, and walrus. But the undisputed monarch of the Artic is the Polar Bear. The Polar Bear rules the Artic and is very comfortable here on the land or in the sea which is their favourite hunting ground. They stalk the seals with patience and skills and a single blow of their might jaw they can bring a huge and a ferocious  [...]
  • Pleasures of Pantanal in Brazil
    You can witness the greatest wildlife show if you take a trip to Pantanal in Brazil, and this journey of yours will take you through the creation of flora and fauna amidst the parched landscape of beige and brown where you can witness  [...]
    Posted at January 13th, 2014
  • Parrots: A Man’s Winged Buddy
    Parrots love to talk and can easily imitate human voice and  act as your close buddy if you can train him during his formative years, and then you need not put him in a cage or confine him in your home, he becomes your friend for  [...]
    Posted at October 24th, 2013
  • Tigers of Sunderbans in a Grave Situation
    The legendary Sunderbans tigers have lost their punch and ferocity due to less access to prey and are being more prone to weak hind legs which are visible due to the abnormality in their movements. The reasons attributed to this weak  [...]
    Posted at March 7th, 2013

Recent Articles

  • National Parks in Madhya Pradesh

    Posted in Asia | April 11, 2014
      The state of Madhya Pradesh in India, is blessed with natural forests and enviable National parks for those who love the wild life. Forests in Madhya Pradesh are home to bio diversity and about 9 national parks and 25 sanctuaries reside here. Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve- is the place where the first white tiger was spotted here, tigers are the key attraction in this forest which has been declared as a Tiger Reserve and is also a abode for Chinkaras and spotted deer. Kanha Tiger Reserve- is a terrain of rolling grasslands and meandering streams with dramatic natural splendour and the Tiger reserve is a home for tigers, rare animals, birds, reptiles and is rich in floral diversity.  One can spot Black buck and the barking deer as well  [...]
  • Tiger Reserve of India

    Posted in Asia | March 24, 2014
    India contains 53 tiger reserves in India (as per 21-6-2011) and these are governed by Project Tiger which is in turn administered by the National Tiger Conservation Authority.  An additional six proposed reserves and four approved principle reserves are present but not yet declared.  The project Tiger has been working since 1800 as a foundation PSH tiger in Assam in Asia. The area of 20,675 sq mi of declared reserves is the goal and operated by state forestry departments to ensure maintenance of normal developed population of the conservation dependent Bengal tigers in India.  The largest Tiger reserve is 1,378 sq ml Nagarjun Sagar Srisallam Tiger Reserve of Andhra Pradesh.  The report in 2008 Status of the Tigers, Co-predators and Prey  [...]
  • A Glimpse of the Montana Hunting site

    Posted in North America | March 14, 2014
    Montana Hunting Site in North America offers guided as well as unguided hunting. These sites are counted amongst one of the best when it comes to hunting for elk. Flatwillow Creek Outfitters Rifle Big Game Hunts are one of the most well known private property hunting venues. They offer hunts for Mule Deer, Whitetail, Pronghorn, Antelope and Elk managed with the wildlife and trophy quality in mind for the best Rifle Big Game Hunting opportunities. While filming an episode of Bennelis American Bird Hunter at the Montana Hunting the legendary Tom Knapp had christened this multispecies bird hunt as the Flatwillo Creek Outfitters Grand Slam. With four species of wild game birds the people can look for Pheasants, Sage Grouse, Sharptail Grouse and  [...]
  • The Majestic Polar Bear

    Posted in Wildlife A-Z | March 10, 2014
    The Artic region is a home ground for many animals which may include musk oxen, foxes, hares, seals, and walrus. But the undisputed monarch of the Artic is the Polar Bear. The Polar Bear rules the Artic and is very comfortable here on the land or in the sea which is their favourite hunting ground. They stalk the seals with patience and skills and a single blow of their might jaw they can bring a huge and a ferocious enemy down in seconds. This meat eating animal is huge in size and weighs about one ton. In fact it is is one of the biggest meat eating animal on the planet, who lives the life of a nomad, and even loves to eat roots of plants or floating ducks and any other food they find. Polar bears are peculiar in nature and usually keep away  [...]
  • Pathetic Condition of Animals At The Surabaya Zoo

    Posted in News | February 25, 2014
    Zoos are often frequented by visitors, especially children where they can come face to face with various species of animals and understand and observe their living. However, at times these animals are confined in cages way smaller than they deserve. That’s not all they are even under nourished and the zoo officials tend to ignore the very important aspect of protecting them. Often visitors throw bottles, cans, plastic bags and other stuff into the cages. The hungry animals then consume these hazardous substances and fall ill or often die. But the zoo authorities do not do anything about this. Even proper medical facilities are not provided to these majestic beasts and this is indeed an inhuman practice. Recently the news were rife with information  [...]
  • Pleasures of Pantanal in Brazil

    Posted in Wildlife A-Z | January 13, 2014
    You can witness the greatest wildlife show if you take a trip to Pantanal in Brazil, and this journey of yours will take you through the creation of flora and fauna amidst the parched landscape of beige and brown where you can witness the wildlife A – Z with pleasure. The real show and drama starts as soon as you enter the terrain and you will see a lagoon and filled with alligator like caimans, which are two meter long reptiles floating in the water and they give you a eerie and a scary feel and at short distance you will be in close contact with a Jaguar sharpening his claws, and passing by would be a herd of fat guinea pigs lumbering down to the lagoon for a round of drinks. Pantanal is the home to about 650 species of birds, 300 species  [...]
  • Rare Wild Species Found in India

    Posted in Asia | December 9, 2013
      Awareness to protect our wild life has swept all over India and even though there is a high density of population and with the advent of human habitation encroaching to the remotest corners due to paucity of land, India can still proudly boast of huge and varied wild life compromising of over 350 species of animals, 12000 species of birds, and 30 000 species of insects, fishes and reptiles. India can proudly claim that much of the wild life here is peculiar to Asia and cannot be found in any other part of the world like the Swamp deer which is only found in India, the four horned antelope, the Kashmiri stag that can only be found in India and Pakistan. Some of the rare animals which are only found in India are the spotted Chiral, the  [...]
  • Parrots: A Man’s Winged Buddy

    Posted in Wildlife A-Z | October 24, 2013
    Parrots love to talk and can easily imitate human voice and  act as your close buddy if you can train him during his formative years, and then you need not put him in a cage or confine him in your home, he becomes your friend for life and will never leave you. You may train your parrot by creating a tranquil atmosphere of confidence and just start a conversation with your parrot with a few simple words like – “Hi” or “hello”, or “What’ sup buddy”, and the teaching sessions should not exceed for a long time, as this will distract the parrot. Ensure that the interactions should be short and sweet to make it an interesting exercise and you will observe in a span of your buddy parrot will be a smooth talker and will be charmer,  [...]
  • New Schemes to Protect Tigers in India

    Posted in News | September 7, 2013
      The National Tiger Conservation Authority of India and the Wild life institute of India are aggressively initiating a process to preserve and protect tigers and schemes will be launched to make an ideal harmonious natural environment for tigers in the Tadoba- Andhari area, where the population of the tigers is on the rise. The news is that the proposed schemes will cost about Rs. 1, 64 crore rupees and the project would be completed in next five years and this scheme will ensure that landscape outside the protected area will witness man- animal conflict by analyzing the movements of the tigers and study the movements of the tigers by fitting them with radio collars and track their movements in the buffer zones and outside the reserve’s  [...]
  • Kruger National Park In South Africa

    Posted in Africa | August 23, 2013
    South Africa has been blessed with abundant wild life, the fauna and flora of nature and amazing huge landscape, making it an ideal play ground for the wild life to live incomplete harmony in the natural environs making it a treat to witness their life. Kruger national park in the Savannah region is the pride of South Africa, and can be reached by road from Johannesburg or one can take a flight and land directly on the air strip in Satara from Johannesburg. You may explore the wild life of Kruger park by checking in the Pafuri camp, which offers you modest and decent accommodation, and invites you for a camp fire and dance and dine event on every night of your stay. You must wear light clothes and must have a binoculars and camera to capture  [...]