Picture of the Day: Ramnagar Forest Division (India)

Blue Ramnagar Forest Division Corbett Tiger Reserve

Stunning capture by AG Ansari at Corbett Tiger Reserve, Uttaranchal (India). He calls this picture composition as BLUE and was taken at Khalgarhi - Ramnagar Forest Division. Ramnagar Forest Division adjoins itself with Corbett Tiger Reserve and has villages settled in the area. There have been reports of many …

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Scottish Bird Fair 10th - 11th May 2014


Scotland’s big nature festival finally arrives once again at the grounds of the beautiful Hopetoun House, Edinburgh on the 10th and 11th of May 2014. This is the third successful year of RSPB Scotland’s organisation where they join thousand of wildlife lovers in the beautiful grounds of the …

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8th International Conference on Responsible Tourism in Destinations


8th International Conference on Responsible Tourism in Destinations comes to Manchester The conference takes places on the 3rd and the 4th of April 2014 Thursday the 3rd - Responsible Tourism in Destinations VisitEngland is partnering with the Responsible Tourism Partnership on day one of this conference to focus …

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Announcement to make - Wild Navigator moving forward !!


Finally, this post comes after ages - Many things have happened in the past month, Wild Navigator has taken a step forward in it’s operations and would like to get you to know a short brief - We have an announcement to make !!! After two and a …

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Bird of the Day: A Juvenile Wreathed Hornbill


Today’s Bird of the Day series focuses on the Wreathed Hornbill (Rhyticeros undulatus) or also knows as the Bar-pouched Wreathed Hornbill.  A Juvenile Wreathed Hornbill picture was sent to us by Indian wildlife photographer and bird enthusiast Tejesh Shah. Tejesh took this picture of the Juvenile Wreathed Hornbill at Nameri …

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The Bird of the Day - It’s the Orange Headed Thrush


The Bird of the Day picture comes from India and sent by wildlife photographer Subharghya Das. It is the Orange-headed Thrush (Geokichla citrina) and from the thrush family of birds. Found mainly in wooded areas of the Indian subcontinent and south east asia, the bird is omnivorous and feeds mainly on …

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