After a very successful trip this past February we now have a trip that gives you a unique opportunity to photograph three endangered species, The Asiatic Lions, Wild Asses and Black Buck. In addition to these mammals we will have opportunities to photograph over 300 species of birds, other mammals, reptiles and insects. We will photograph ancient monuments including the Taj Mahal, and have a lot of opportunity to photograph village people and their ways.
Feb 14 - Feb 25 - India Rann of Kutch, Velvader and Sasangir where the endangerd Asiatic Lions, Wild Asses and Black Buck will be the primary subjects Click Here for Details
Feb 25 - March 5 - India - Agra (Taj Mahal) Chambal for the River Crocodiles, Sarus Cranes and Black Buck, Bharatpur for over 300 species of migratory birds Click Here for Details
March 5 - March 10 - India - Bandhavgarh for the Tiger and a plethora of wildlife (This segment depends on the Government of India lifting the tourism ban in Tiger Reserves Click Here for Details
You can do Segment 1 alone or combine it with Segment 2 or do all three. You can also pick just Segment 2 and 3 or any one.
India is the home of the endangered Asiatic lion (Panthera leo persica), and has some of the best opportunities for photographing other mammals and migratory birds from as far as Siberia. This trip is geared towards capturing images of Indian wildlife, landscapes, ancient architecture and local village people. The tour is in three parts and you can register for one, two or all three segments.
The first segment will take us from Delhi to the Rann of Kutch for wild asses, foxes, and vast salt flats. We then spend time in Velavader for some incredible birds and the black buck. Sasan Gir is the next stop for lions and other wild life. The Wild Ass, Asiatic Lion and Black Buck are all on the endangered species list. We return to Delhi concluding this segment.
The second segment takes us to Agra where we photograph the Taj Mahal by sunset and sunrise. The trip has been scheduled to coincide with the full moon. We then drive to Chambal for bird photography and a river safari to capture images of the Gharial, Crocodiles and shore birds including Skimmers, Ibis and European Spoonbills to name a few. Next we drive to Fatehpur Sikri to photograph ancient moslem architecture and then continue to Bharatpur. The Keoladeo sanctuary in Bharatpur boasts over 300 hundred species of migratory birds, owls and water fowl. We will drive back to Delhi concluding the second segment.
Our third segment takes us from Delhi to Jabalpur by air and then a drive to Bandhavgarh for tigers, jackals, the Indian Bison, wild boar and many other species of mammals and birds. We return to Jabalpur to fly back to Delhi, concluding this segment.
Registration Forms are available on the Workshops Tab on my web page at http://www/shivverms.com/workshops or Click Here