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#FridayFrogFact – Malabar Wart Frog (Fejervarya rufescens)
I encountered the Malabar Wart Frog (Fejervarya rufescens) during my surveys on the edges of Pushpagiri Wildlife Reserve. I was
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#FridayFrogFact – The largest tadpoles in India!
A post shared by Madhushri Mudke (@girlgonebirdzz) on Feb 22, 2017 at 12:44am PST I sat looking at the misty
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#FridayFrogFact – Indirana Gundia (Gundia Leaping Frog)
The Indiarana frogs have been going through major taxonomic changes in the recent years. The word Indirana probably derived by
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How To Show Your Love Towards Frogs On This Valentine’s Day
In this season of love, let’s come together to show our affection towards these lesser known species on earth -
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It is the experiences, the memories, the great triumphant joy of living to the fullest extend in which real meaning is found.

– Jon Krakauer

10 Unforgettable Moments From My Trip To The Himalayas

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Two weeks ago, I returned from Spiti valley situated in the state of Himachal Pradesh in India. Past the treacherous winding pass through Rohtang, down beyond the barrenness of Chhatru- lies the most beautiful valley of wonders!

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The Common Tailor Bird found in our garden!

“The joy of Birding is when you start enjoying the beauty of common birds” -Madhushri Mudke

Spooky Memories From Bisle Rainforest Within The Western Ghats Of India

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I love the monsoons. Unlike most people who complain of the rains as messy, dirty or a season of inactive gloomy life, I set out on explorations to discover the hidden world unknown.

You must let the rain kiss you, let it beat upon your head and let it sing you a lullaby to discover new life springing out of everywhere!

I spent ten rainy days in a rain-forest, take a glimpse into that world beyond ours!

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Ecotourism- A way for you to have your cake and eat it too!

The Ecotourism Society (TES) defines ecotourism as “responsible travel to natural areas which conserves the environment and sustains the well-being of local people.” On 17th and 18th of Oct a group of nature enthusiasts from Bangalore, Mysore and Coimbatore flocked together to explore the Annamalai hills in Tamil Nadu. The relationship between human beings and nature is so beautiful that anyone as young as 5 or as old as 50 years can experience and enjoy it. You need not be 21 to fall in love, just set out on an exploration in the forests and feel the magic!

Witness The Biodiversity Of Western Ghats

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