An infographic to help you decode the widely-used terms in connectivity conservation.
Nestled in the north central Western Ghats—a global biodiversity hotspot and UNESCO World Heritage site—lies the Sahyadri–Konkan corridor.
A corridor is a passageway. It is a channel that facilitates movement. And when applied to wildlife it serves as refuge; enabling their dispersal and permitting an ease of movement through fast-changing, fragmented habitat.
Ranthambhore has long served as the stock backdrop for the perfect tiger picture. As the erstwhile hunting grounds of the Maharajas of Jaipur, derelict lookout posts still remain; adding a novel, and deservedly royal touch to the tiger’s home.