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First Field Visit Post Lockdown

The world has changed in the past 4 months. For me as a field wildlife professional a lot has changed as this was the first time in nearly 2 decades that I kept away from active field photography such a long duration. As Indian national parks gradually come to terms with the COVID-19 tourism dynamics I visited Ranthambore National Park for a quick field visit. Life inside the forest was usual and life outside the forest was changed as it should have been. Sanitisation of safari vehicles, use of masks during safaris, sanitisation rules of lodges – these are some norms which we should be getting used to as India gears up for the post COVID-19 phase of wildlife tourism.

Here are some images are a short video that summarises the entire journey post the lockdown. It is not tough. Just take all precautions and you can keep that passion and hunger for outdoors alive!

Monsoons are here in Ranthambore and India…
Tiger life is usual in the park as the cats walk amidst the iconic ruins. A young female at Padam Talao
Did not expect to see T60’s shy cub. Was good to see that she is shaping up well after those drowning videos from last summer

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