1. New tiger tiny-cubs at Ranthambhore

    That’s great news was confirmed by senior nature guides, Vipul Jain and Rajkumar Gujar. Nature guide, Vipul Jain said that new born cubs should be around 3 months old.

  2. Global Wild Tiger Population Increases, But Still a Long Way to Go

    The number of wild tigers has been revised to 3,890, based on the best available data, said WWF and the Global Tiger Forum (GTF) ahead of a major tiger conservation meeting tomorrow in New Delhi to be opened by India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  3. One more tiny cub spotted in Ranthambhore

    Nature guide, Arvind Meena and famous blog writer, Tigerwalah, Anurag Sharma spotted T-60 with her three cubs. It is the first time that they reported that one more new tiny cub of T-60..

  4. Three tiny tiger cubs spotted in Ranthambhore !

    Ranthambhore: In heartening news for wild life lovers, three new tiny cubs have been recently sighted in Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve..!!!!

  5. Husn-Ara (T-30), tigress passed away silently

    She was a great mother. She produced four litters with nine cubs which is the highest number in Ranthambhore history.

  6. All India Tiger Population Estimation-2014

    According to the latest census, India is estimated to be home to around 70% of the world’s tigers.

  7. New-born tiger cubs in Ranthambhore National Park!

    The tigress, T-61 aka Junior Ladali has been sighted with her new-born cubs during Ranthambore safari in Ranthambore National Park.

  8. Male tiger cub found dead in Ranthambhore

    A male tiger cub of T8 (Ladali), a dominant tigress of zone 6 ( Kundal area) and 7 (Chidi-Kho area) was found dead on Sunday at the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. According to the source of the Forest Department, two tigers one male & one female were seen figh