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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Kids for Tigers September 2022
The nationwide effort of Sanctuary and school kids to save the wild tiger.

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Did You Know? September 2022
Amazing, but true!

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Surf's Up September 2022
All about whales.

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Cub News September 2022
Knowledge is power, earthlings!

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Indian Idol September 2022
Meet the symbol species of Maharashtra!

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The Joys Of Birding - Diary Of A...
The Joys of Birding Parvez Shagoo, a Range Officer in the J&K Forest Department and founder of the ‘J&K BirdLife’ community, explains why Jammu.

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All Together Now
All Together Now Soham Kacker elucidates on the remarkable behaviour of bamboo species that flower at exactly the same time across geographies.

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Speaking The Language Of Economic...
Purva Variyar speaks to Aniket Bhathkhande, head of the Conservation Behaviour Division of the Wildlife Conservation Trust (WCT) and Pooja Dewoolkar.

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Bhagalpur’s Empty Jheels
Asad Rahmani visits the waterbodies around Bhagalpur, Bihar, to find them empty of resident and migratory waterfowl; a result of rampant bird trapping.

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An Indigenous Response To The Cli...
Rituraj Phukan reports on the lack of representation for indigenous people, who are at the frontline of the climate crisis, in climate dialogues.

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Book Review: The Tiger Of The Riv...
Bittu Sahgal reviews The Tiger of the River by Adrian Pinder.

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Book Review: Birds Of Chandbagh -...
Book Review Bittu Sahgal review Birds of Chandbagh – A guide to birding at the Doon School by young Vijayaditya Singh Rathore.

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