Wildlife in Central India is famous for its internationally renowned Ranthambore, Bandhavgarh and Kanha Tiger Reserves, home to the iconic Bengal tiger. There is so much more to this wonderland than just big cats. The hilly terrain, interspersed with grasslands, fields, wetlands and forest, offers a huge diversity of wildlife.
This Photographic Guide to the wildlife of Central India is the first of its kind wildlife handbook that showcases the various species that inhabit this vast region. The mammals, birds, butterflies, dragonflies, reptiles and amphibians that roam the parks in the heartland of India are comprehensively covered in this book.
The visual treat of the images captured by 100 of India’s top wildlife photographers is aptly designed to be simple and use-friendly for wildlife enthusiasts who love venturing into the field.
The field guide covers the wildlife of the various wildlife hotspots of this region from Ranthambore and Bharatpur in the North West to Chambal in the North; Tadoba TR, Bor TR and Yaval WLS in the South; Khandwa Region in the West and Amarkantak-Achanakmargh TR and Bhoramdheo WLS in the East.
This is the single book you need to carry when you step put to explore the treasures of Indian jungles!