Tag : SGNP

3 months, 1 week ago 0
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By Nikit Surve   It was late in the night, and I was busy comparing pictures of leopards on my laptop. Leopards have rosette patterns which are unique to each individual and can help identify them. It was tough to concentrate, though, as I kept hearing the eerie call of a barn owl. Just as […]

11 months, 2 weeks ago 0
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Whether it be the Green Army or his work at SGNP, Sunil Limaye has believed that effective conservation can happen only when all affected people are involved.     He has a spider and a lizard named after him – Jerzego sunillimaye and Cnemaspis limayei (the day gecko) respectively. Perhaps he is the only forest officer, […]

1 year, 2 months ago 2
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A unique island of biodiversity within the bustling Mumbai city, the SGNP is a study in so many contrasts.   A national park or an urban city park? A tough answer to give after a brief visit to the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Borivali in Mumbai. The place looks much like Bangalore’s Cubbon Park or […]

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