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Tigers in the Forest is dedicated to help save Asia's remaining wild tiger population.
Tigers in the Forest is dedicated to help save Asia's remaining wild tiger population.

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Sadly just a few hours ago at Ranthambhore National Park it was announced that 'Machali' the world's most photographed and respected tigress had passed away. 'Machali' was an icon of her time having successfully brought up 4 litters of cubs; some of whom still populate the tiger reserves of both Ranthambhore and Sariska. Here is a link to read about her lifetime at Ranthambhore.http://bit.ly/2box3gn
RIP Machali

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A most moving rendition of a beautiful song by the 'King'. Particularly thinking of Elvis today on the anniversary of his passing.

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During my visit to Tadoba Tiger Reserve in India last May I was fortunate to see 4 different tigresses with cubs. This is a short video showing 3 of those tigers.

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Tigress and her cubs enjoying a muddy bath on the edge of a lake at Ranthambhore.

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I dedicate this video the small number of remaining wild tigers of Asia.

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While searching for wildlife by elephant deep in the forest at Bandhavgarh I came across this young tiger that almost appeared to be playing 'hide and seek' with my elephant from behind a fallen tree.
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On a visit to Bandhavgarh National Park in India I came across this young tiger that was partially hidden the forest. He seemed very interested in seeing my jeep as we slowly passed by.  
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At Ranthambhore National Park in Rajasthan I had been following a young male tiger as he walked parallel with my jeep through the forest. It was a very hot afternoon and soon he came to a water hole where he rested for at least 30 minutes before moving back into the deep forest cover. 
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A superb down to earth article on the current state of tiger conservation in India prior to the third Asia Ministerial meeting in Delhi tomorrow. A MUST read for those interested in saving the wild tiger for future generations to appreciate.

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Exploring the countryside of West Sussex during the Summer of 2015 I was able to photograph the beautifully coloured Kingfisher, a family of Mute Swans with 8 signets, a pair of Canada geese and a cheeky little Robin that had just caught an insect and then sat on a post opposite to where I was hidden.
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