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Camera trapping

Camera trapping has definitely changed wildlife photography for the better.  Not only are we now able to capture images of rare, or elusive animals, but we can also capture more dramatic up close images with wide-angle lenses that illustrate the environment and lead to far more compelling imagery.  Unlike most wildlife photography which usually involves reacting to the situation, with camera trapping we have total control of the composition, and even know exactly where the animal will be in the frame if the camera is triggered, so we really have a lot of control over the creative process.



The great Vindhyan ecosystem is long discussed among the scientific community for the rich biodiversity heritage it used to host. It was realized that despite all the importance it holds the region is greatly ignored and never got the importance it deserved. Several wildlife areas are already destructed due to lack of scientific attention, research, knowledge to the policy makers and awareness of general public. Many species have been extinct without even knowledge of their existence and many places of natural beauty were left undiscovered. 


Our major mission is

  • conservation, protection, restoration, creation, expansion and enhancement of the natural environment.

  • the carrying on of research about the natural environment or a significant aspect of the natural environment;

  • promoting and encouraging knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of the natural environment, and public participation and interest in sustainability action which, without limiting the foregoing;.

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