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Monsoon time in Kabini

Monsoon time in Kabini

The Indian wilderness comes alive during the monsoons and Kabini backwaters is a great place to witness the vibrant lush green forests of India. Its also a time when you get to see huge herds of Chital or Spotted Deer and Chital stags with their gorgeous antlers. The...
Chital standing tall in Kabini

Chital standing tall in Kabini

Spotted Deer, commonly known as Chital, are omnipresent in the Indian Wilderness and you get to see them in big herds by the Kabini Backwaters, in Nagarhole National Park. If you spend some time observing them, you might get rewarded with some amazing photo...
Yet another amazing safari in Kabini

Yet another amazing safari in Kabini

With over five national parks within a 4-5 hours driving distance from Bangalore gives us many opportunities for wildlife photography. One of the most popular national parks in India is the Nagarhole National Park, commonly known as Kabini, which is about four hours...
A quiet day in Tadoba National Park

A quiet day in Tadoba National Park

As the late morning sun got hotter, the Tigress mom, Choti Tara led her cubs into the shaded undergrowth farther away from us and soon disappeared. As we prepared to move to a different area of the Tadoba National Park, this handsome Spotted Deer Stag emerged from the...
Gorgeous Kabini during Monsoon

Gorgeous Kabini during Monsoon

The Monsoon season transforms the Indian wilderness into a lush green paradise. By way of these pictures I wanted to showcase Kabini in all its glory. Animals play their part in these monsoons too with their saturated winter coats. And yes, you also see Tigers during...
Rutting season in Kabini

Rutting season in Kabini

The pre-monsoon showers turn Kabini into a lush-green carpet and a paradise of abundance. The onset of the monsoon is also the beginning of the rutting season for the Spotted Deer. The rutting calls of the Spotted Deer echoes through the Nagarhole National Park,...

Chital (Spotted Deer) – Favorite Prey Species

Chital or Spotted Deer is the most abundant deer species found in India. It is common to see herds of 30-50 these doe-eyed beauties with a few stags (identified by their majestic horns) in the forests here. During early mornings and late evenings, we have seen larger...