Tiger Country: Ranthambore through Two Guides' Eyes
Discover the renowned reserve of Ranthambore National Park in southeast Rajasthan, one of the largest and best wildlife sanctuaries on the Indian subcontinent. Spanning 150 square miles, this mostly deciduous scrub forest sits between the rocky Aravalli and Vindhya hills and is bordered by rugged ridges and highland plateaus. Our webinar surveys the park’s unique topography, natural history, people and wildlife, offering a closer look at its most famous resident: the Bengal tiger. Sloth bears, spotted deer, jackals, jungle cats, leopards, langur monkeys and rhesus macaques are also found here, plus more than 300 bird species. Expedition Leaders Surya Ramachandran and Conan Dumenil will chat over chai and share some of their favorite memories from Ranthambore, covering some of the most interesting wildlife behaviors they’ve witnessed during their collective decade of experience guiding there. You will also learn about conservation challenges and successes and find out how you can contribute to the preservation of this important wildlife haven and its charismatic creatures.
Originally presented July 2, 2021
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