India’s natural diversity is unmatched. From the snow-bound Himalayas to the scorching deserts, lush green forests and vast coastlines, the terrain needs more than a lifetime to be explored and seen up-close.
Wild Wonders of India takes the reader through a visually delightful voyage across the length and breadth of the country, showcasing the wealth of flora and fauna that the country boasts. Specially, for the uninitiated yet inclined, Wild Wonders of India, is almost akin to a familiarisation-tour through India’s many splendoured forests, their wildlife specialities, and India’s precious wildlife reserves—–its National Parks, Wildlife Sanctuaries and Tiger Reserves.
Wild Wonders of India doesn’t let up an opportunity to draw the reader’s attention to matters more serious—it brings to fore how rapidly the list of India’s endangered wildlife species is growing longer—a wake-up call for us to realise that not all is well on Planet Earth and we need to save it.
About the Author
Biswajit Roy Chowdhury is a noted conservationist and also an ace wildlife photographer. He is the Founder Secretary of Nature Environment & Wildlife Society and Editor of the wildlife magazine Environ. His other publications on wildlife are Natural Wonders of Asia, Natural Wonders of India & Nepal, Wildlife of Kolkata, Bharater Banyoprani o Abhayaranya, Bone Bone Berai, Paschim Banglar Pakhi and Sundarbans:The Mystic Mangrove (Niyogi Books).