Sanctuary Asia

The Sanctuary Nature Foundation’s flagship Sanctuary Asia magazine founded and edited by Bittu Sahgal has been in continuous publication since 1981 and remains India's leading and best-loved magazine in its genre. Browse through select articles from our past issues.
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Quiet Kingdoms May 2022
The hidden life of plants and fungi.

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Kids for Tigers: May 2022
The nationwide effort of Sanctuary and schools to save the wild tiger.

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Did you Know: May 2022
Amazing, but true!

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The Gut Connection
Soil is like a giant digestive system, where matter is broken down, absorbed and recycled by millions of tiny creatures called microbes, which are everywhere!

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Surf's Up May 2022
Algae in oceans capture four times more carbon than the Amazon rainforest!

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Cub News May 2022
Ecuador first country to give legal rights to animals, Mollem campaign's first big victory, and more news you can use!

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A Prayer For Sikkim’s Glacial Wet...
Sikkim’s Chief Minister should scrap the proposal to to set up a National Yoga and Meditation Institution near the sacred and ecologically important.

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Book Review: Trees Of Arunachal P...
Abinaya Kalyanasundaram reviews Trees of Arunachal Pradesh, a pictorial field guide put together by biologists from the Nature Conservation.

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Arannya Environment Research Orga...
Francesca Cotta writes about the work that the Arannya Environment Research Organisation does to improve the environmental literacy of Goa’s youth.

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Entangled A marine biologist and conservationist, Trisha Gupta writes about the need to change our approach while studying threatened species such as sharks.

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The Birding Brigade
The Birding Brigade A few women birders share their experiences of Big Bird Day 2022, an annual event that encourages birders of all hues to form groups.

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The Two Sides Of The Sundarbans
As part of Sanctuary Nature Foundation’s Bagh Sankalp project, Amandeep Kaur Bamra interacted with women from the Kalidas village, to understand the specific.

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