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Rajaji Tiger Reserve A Conservation Odyssey in the Shiwaliks

Art / Photobook
By: Anjali Bharthari Ravi(Author)
157 pages, 100+ colour photos, colour & b/w maps
Rajaji Tiger Reserve
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Language: English

Rajaji Tiger Reserve: A Conservation Odyssey in the Shiwaliks is the story of Rajaji Tiger Reserve since its inception as a sanctuary. Replete with over 100 photographs, the book traces its conservation history spanning over 67 years. The book spells out the constant struggle of the reserve to exist as a rich forest with its diverse flora and fauna sandwiched between towns and development projects. The pictures beautifully bring out the regained habitat of the reserve, healthy enough to support the tiger. The stories of the elephants and tigers of Rajaji make the reserve come alive to the reader. The book is complete with checklists of plants, mammals, birds and amphibians found in the reserve. The lucid style of writing and interpretation of the forsts of Rajaji will inspire the readers to visit the reserve for an overnight stay in the various forest rest houses, or a day visit for a scintillating experience.

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Art / Photobook
By: Anjali Bharthari Ravi(Author)
157 pages, 100+ colour photos, colour & b/w maps
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