A brief introduction to the Sundarbans…

The Sundarbans forest has been in existence for about 4,000 years and has been formed by silt from the Himalayas brought down by the Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers. The Sundarbans waterways rise and fall with the Bay of Bengal tide, with high tide reached every 12 hours and 50 minutes.…

Monsoon break (July-September, 2020)

As the rain pours down over the Sundarbans, some of the team (Chris and Adam) have retreated to the UK (where it is also raining), to write up reports and get ready for the upcoming season. Perhaps not so keen to experience an English summer, Hasan, Mizan and Alam are…

A brief introduction to the Tiger…

Tigers are part of a group of large cats that come under the name of Panthera. Tigers (Panthera tigris) are the largest of the big cats, but there is some size variation across their range. I often hear people saying that the Royal Bengal Tiger “is the largest, most cunning…