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Field updates from Corbett

While I spent most of this season exploring the woods of Corbett on foot, setting up camera traps to document some charismatic species like tigers, leopards, leopard cats and elephants, the Dhikala photo safari during this Easter weekend was a nice change to the foot patrolling routine. The grandeur of the Saal forests and the vastness of the grasslands is always the key Corbett characteristic which keeps you pulling back to this unique landscape which supports an astounding array of ecosystems.

Here are some images from the Corbett camera trap project along with the traditional Dhikala photo safari. Hope you enjoy these and do pardon me for my long absence from this blog.

Grassland female road block
Grassland female in a pensive mood
The giants return to Dhikala chaurs
Aim higher – An Asian Elephant reaches out for a morning snack
A leopard on a cheetal kill caught on a camera trap
Small wonders – Leopard Cat
Eclipse – nocturnal moves of an Elephant

One response

  1. These are just wonderful. A moment caught in time of these beautiful creatures.

    April 6, 2021 at 3:09 am

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