As birding continues to amass amateur fans, we turn to the pros for a handbook to off-grid spots in India.
Delhi-native Abhishek Gulshan introduces the city's many aerial residents to city dwellers, and gives away his favourite bird-watching spots.
As people stay in, birds rare and common reappear in neighbourhoods, delighting birders glued to their windows.
An intrepid birder explores Jorbeer Conservation Reserve—a dumpyard of cattle carcasses—desperate to spot the imposing cinereous vulture.
Kuala Lumpur City Centre Park, designed by Roberto Burl Marx, is a lovely enclave of avian delights, from lustrous sunbirds to shimmering starlings.
A walk in the woods of Northeast India opens up a world of loudmouth birds with short tails.
This wetland is in fact of one Delhi’s best birding locales, with many species visible in a small area.
Includes accounts of hunting with trained falcons and Ruskin Bond’s description of the noisy barbet.