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It is my pleasure to inform you that this year we are celebrating International Coastal Cleanup from 21st september-2019.

 

Below Link is cleanup location 
https://oceanconservancy.org/trash-free-seas/international-coastal-cleanup/map/?location_id=44483

 

We welcome you as Volunteers to associate with us in this year's International


The Jungle

Posted by: Suhas Kumar on

 

©Suhas Kumar

 

 

Until the dark

let the kakad bark

as the  sun slips down where horizon ends

and the darkness descends

the jungle wakes up

to the howls of the jackals, the music of the crickets,

the hoots of the owl,

and then suddenly

 

to the pook of the cheetal

and the bellow of the sambar

 

I stiffen in


I am a Field Director, an employee of the government of India, presently serving the state government. As FD my task is to ensure that the wildlands under my charge remain intact, the tigers and its prey are safe and thriving and the habitats that support the wild animals are productive and healthy. Looks quite easy here –


Tiger wants a Meteorite

Posted by: Suhas Kumar on

Tyger Tyger turning white
with the fear of the inevitable

- the gin traps, poisoned carcasses 
- and live wires hanging from power-line,
- a bullet aimed straight to the brain
- be crushed under truck’s wheel 
- Or, tossed over by a hurtling train

Tyger tyger turning white
with the fear of the known

- his home turned into villages


 

A hapless young male tiger strayed away from its already depleted and deeply fragmented original habitat, which once allowed tigers of Malwa to travel far and wide in search of new home and mate, into the outskirts of a rapidly expanding Bhopal city. The tiger entered a fenced compound probably in the night, and when the


In defense of the tigers

Posted by: Suhas Kumar on

In defense of the tigers
A debate has started on tigers about which the tigers are totally unaware. The debaters belong to two schools of thoughts – there is one group that believes tigers have the same rights as a human being has – unless it is a persona non-grata or one that is drifting on the high sea. And then there is the

I'm writing this from a little airport motel room in Madrid, unfortunately having to miss the last day of WILD10 due to obligations back home in New York City...

As I type, listening to the traffic on the street a few floors below my windows, I can picture the brilliantly lit spires, towers, and domes of medieval Salamanca,


What do creative conservationist Asher Jay, peer-reviewed Canadian rapper Baba Brinkman, Tracks of Giants genius Ian McCallum and UK environmental writer George Monbiot have in common? They're all at WILD10, and they are wowing the audience, the media, and the public with the creative and passionate ways that they are


WILD10 in Full Swing!

Posted by: Jennifer Scarlott on

The 10th World Wilderness Congress (WILD10) is in full swing in the magnificent, medieval city of Salamanca in northwest Spain. Day one, (10/4) began with a traditional blessing by indigenous people from Montana and Brazil. Spanish officials welcomed the WILD10 delegates to Spain, and expressed strong support for rewilding


On the cusp of WILD10!

Posted by: Jennifer Scarlott on

How extraordinary it is to work on wilderness and biodiversity and climate in a medieval city in rural Spain, with such a lovely group of international citizens joined together in a common purpose that Vance Martin (President, The WILD Foundation) described so eloquently tonight, while sitting at a long conference table in a