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Naturalist Journeys, a top nature and birding tour company, announces a 12-day India Wildlife and Birding Safari from February 13-24, 2015, featuring a blend of India’s natural and cultural
Trackers patrol 24 hours a day looking for signs of the big cats: a glimpse, paw tracks, droppings, remains of a kill. The clues are elusive - not just because of the stealth with which tigers creep through the mottled forest, but because India's tigers are vanishing.
The Indian spotted chevrotain (Moschiola indica) is an even-toed ungulate that can be found in Nepal and India. It occurs in most areas of India, but if it occurs in northern areas is not yet clear. In 1929, Champion expressed his doubts of this species occurring in Nepal, and most reviews have upheld this belief, despite the local reports of it occurring in there. This chevrotain prefers a habitat within tropical evergreen, humid evergreen, and semi-evergreen forests in peninsular India, but...