Update from the Parks Bandhavgarh National Park Bandhavgarh – Till last season we saw the clash for the kingdom with Bhamera’s supremacy coming towards an end. With Bhamera the last dominant male of Bandhavgarh gone, tiger sightings have become more consistent. Regular sightings from the very beginning of the season have set a positive trend… Read More Pugdundee Safaris Newsletter – Year End Special
Best season for Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Satpura, Panna and Pench Every season in the jungles slowly unfolds its little treasures and magic, spreading its platter far and beyond. The parks in Central India open in October after the annual rains have left its impact to be cherished for long. The nip in the crystal Sal jungle… Read More Best season for Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Satpura, Panna and Pench
Where have our Vultures gone? In our plight to see the Tigers during our short visits to the jungles Vultures are obvious to be missed out. These birds are rarely seen in our skies any more. Vultures are sacred animals all over the world, in Egypt it is an emblem of Isis and Egyptian Goddess… Read More Where have our Vultures gone?
A new bird has been spotted and clicked in Panna National Park, M.P by our senior naturalist and bird expert Shukra. Gray Winged Black Bird was seen at Ken River Lodge, a luxury jungle resort at Panna for the first time. One of Pugdundee Safaris’ treasured nature experts, Shukra spotted the bird in the very… Read More New bird seen in Panna