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Dragon in the mist

N S Pritham

Jeep Safaris in the misty mornings of winter are truly magical. The mist conceals little secrets and reveals them one by one at every bent and turns in the roads.

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Malabar giant squirrel

Nawaraj Tiwari

A flash of rust and a long bushy tail never fails to disappoint us on the evening Jeep Safari. The Malabar Giant Squirrel, on being spotted, sets off excitement among the guests and naturalists.

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Black–shouldered Kite

Vikram Nanjappa

This lovely bird of prey can regularly be seen hovering over the resort. It is of small size, grey and white with black shoulders.

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Wild Dogs at Play

Vikram Nanjappa

Till today we have been seeing Wild Dogs chasing prey and eating prey (mostly Spotted Deer) but this morning safari was going to be different!

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Ever watchful eyes

Narendran M M

You will see them almost everywhere. They are on the trees, on the ground, in between the spotted deer, or just by themselves. They are the Hanuman Langur.

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Gaurs galore

Nawaraj Tiwari

Winter is closing in, and the Gaurs are slowly returning from the center of the forest to the peripheries. Throughout the year, they are found deep inside the national parks in swampy grasslands called Hadlus. One of the reasons for coming out into the peripheries is that the temperature inside the forest goes really low,…

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Atlas moth

Vikram Nanjappa

The world’s biggest moth was seen resting on one of the mud walls at the resort to the delight of our team and guests. Many more moths have been sighted following the first sightings shown in the following photographs.

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Gentle giants

Vikram Nanjappa

The Kabini region is famous for the large ivory carrying bulls that converge here during the winter and summer months. They form temporary associations with each other and also mingle freely with the family herds.

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Avian guests

Nawaraj Tiwari

The winter vacation has begun for our avian guests. The first few arrivals are already putting up a spectacular show for us on each of our safaris.

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Breakfast with Wild Dogs

Narendran M M

The morning safari began with expectations to find elephants feeding on the freshly sprouted grass after the previous night’s rain. But we were in for an unexpected spectacle.

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