Tiger Sighting in Banahavgarh National Park Summers have arrived here at Bandhavgarh. It’s March and the dry deciduous forest trees have already started shedding their leaves. The forest bed and the safari routes are garnished with their dry manor. Their crackling sound on early morning drives feels welcoming to the jungle. A mild breeze showers… Read More Tiger Sighting in Summers
Naturalist Training Program Deeper into the Woods It’s not just you preparing to witness the wilderness in the forests of Bandhavgarh as the park opens on 16th October. Pugdundee Safari’s naturalists, experienced and amateurs went through an intensive knowledge enhancing ‘Naturalist Training Program’. It’s our small step to make your Safari and stay withPugdundee count… Read More Naturalist Training Program
Kankatti Tigress With Her Cubs -Bandhavgarh National Park One of the dominant females in Bandhavgarh, Kankatti was seen a few days ago with her 3 cubs. The cubs are very young yet, approximately two months old. The tigress was seen only once before with her family. According to the local guides, it is unusual that… Read More Kankatti Tigress With Her Cubs -Bandhavgarh National Park
Leopards in courtship rituals spotted at Satpura One of the most elusive creatures is leopard. Making their existence highly imperceptible, these big cats are living in and alongside the forests, protected areas, villages and also suburbs of big cities like Mumbai and Chennai.* They have leaned to coexist with humans as quite a population is… Read More Leopards in courtship rituals spotted at Satpura
He is back.. but wounded! The famous tiger of Bandhavgarh National Park with blue tinge in his eyes fondly referred to as Blue Eyes has been seen in Magdhi. The tiger was reported missing since the beginning of the season this year (Oct, 2013). A very powerful dominant male throughout his reign, he had captured… Read More He is back!