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We made it to the Kabini Reservoir and Nagarhole National Park! Last night we went on a river safari and this morning we went out in a jeep. No tigers so far, but lots of elephants, crocodiles, and monkeys.
... realizing what I've missing in India. The beauty of nature. Call me an old school girl, but I'm realizing that while the city is robust and full of energy, I miss the wind in those tree limbs (ANY tree with wind, please...) and the smells of a forest and the beauty of a sunset. I had been craving something like this, not knowing that this was the source of my unrest. I feel like I saw another face of India. The face that was so much more to my liking. This is the India I ...
... there (with Shira) in February where I’ll give some lectures about the US National Park Service and conservation science work at Acadia National Park. My visit will also coincide with a training workshop for Indian Forest Department managers about a new initiative to assess the management effectiveness of India’s Tiger Reserves. I’ve been asked to attend the class and speak about my experiences conducting management effectiveness assessments of ...
... the reserve, it is almost
straight with dense but dried out forests on both sides. We did manage to view a few spotted dear, grazing in the mid-summer heat and a couple of monkeys lazily picking off lice from each other.
The ride through the reserve was unexpectedly smooth, because of the fresh tar road laid in, which is maintained excellently by the reserve officials.
The reserve still houses a few tribal villages, resorts inside, though they seem to be off ...
... surprised too!
We also went on two safaris. The first one was a jeep safari. We started very early in the morning. At first we felt tired and didn't want to go. We first got into a boat to go across to the Nagarhole National Park. It was cold and foggy. When we got there we all got on a jeep and started our safari. The first animal we saw and also the most plentiful was the spotted deer. Every minute or so we saw some grazing. They are brown with whit spots. We ...