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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Book Review: Twenty-Five Years Of...
Bhavya Iyer reviews NCF’s At The Feet of Living Things

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Book Review: A Photographic Guide...
Shatakshi Gawade reviews A Photographic Guide to the Birds of Goa.

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Exploring The Bats Of Nicobar
Exploring the Bats of Nicobar Prior to Bandana Aul Arora’s arrival on the islands, the effort to systematically map the bat fauna in the bay islands had never.

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The Imperiled Nicobar Palm
Soham Kacker explains how the pressures of climate change together with urban and infrastructural development threaten the survival of the endemic.

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Wildlife Crime And Punishment: Eq...
Wildlife Crime and Punishment Purva Variyar informs us of the rationale behind the Wildlife Conservation Trust’s project, which involves training and building.

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The Sanctuary Papers - April 2023
Sanctuary Papers Oddments of natural history with a smattering of scientific discoveries thrown in for good measure.

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Mud On Boots: February 2023
Mud on Boots The latest news from our grassroots Project Leaders and the work they have been doing.

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Wings Of Great Nicobar: Memoirs O...
Born and raised in North Andaman Island, one of the gifts of growing up in a biodiversity-rich place for Uday Mondal was a lifelong love for birding

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Great Nicobar Needs Us Now
A Rs. 72,000 crore ‘development’ project on Great Nicobar Island threatens to destroy 244 sq. km. of forests. Ishika Ramakrishna.

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Nicobar, What’s To Go
Meena Subramaniam’s vibrant cover illustration is a defiant celebration of the immense, uncapturable beauty and diversity of life on Great Nicobar Island.

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Sambelong Memories: Herping In Th...
Sambelong Memories: Herping in the Rainforests of Great Nicobar The Sambelong Islands in the southern part of the Nicobar archipelago, are home to endemic.

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Degrees of insularity: What Islan...
Degrees of Insularity: What Islands Can Teach Us Islands, microcosms of life, can teach us the concept of carrying capacity, and the reciprocal relationship.

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