Reminiscences of Indian Wildlife
The Indian subcontinent has witnessed drastic changes in its environment, fauna, and flora in this century. This book, written in the late 1970s by Shri R.S. Dharmakumarsinjhi, is a unique record of observations on wildlife spanning more than five decades. The stories in this collection are told from both the shikaris and the naturalists point of view, providing a glimpse into Indian wildlife of the not-so-distant past. Among the numerous first-hand accounts of sights seldom seen by humans in the Indian jungles are the ones of the mating of Gir lions, a fight between two adult Nilgai, and the stalking and killing of a blackbuck by a wolf. Containing a lifesketch of the author and a select bibliography, this edition will be important reading for all those interested in wildlife and conservation.
Specifications of Reminiscences of Indian Wildlife
|Author||R. S. Dharmakumarsinhji|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Number Of Pages||128|
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