Neha Sinha
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Wild Ways

Neha Sinha is a wildlife conservationist, and lover of the weird, wonderful, wordy and wild. She works with the Bombay Natural History Society and her views are personal.

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Conserving water: Since every drop matters

As we head towards an impending water-crisis, here are a few the things we can all do to save and store the blue gold.

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ART & CULTURE

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The Game of Dragons: Drogon realised the futility of war when people couldn't

Drogon not avenging his mother's murder, and obliterating the cycle of violence is a fantastic glimpse into a more-than-human point of view.

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Spare a thought for wildlife this summer

See goodness emerge from the fallow spaces by just letting them be — here are a few things you can do to help wildlife this summer.

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Why we desperately need the Aravallis if we want to survive

The Aravallis are much more than an aesthetic setting to the National Capital Region. It is the natural entity that protects us from desertification, holds crucial water reserves and protects us from global warming.

LIFE

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Welcome to Delhi: The wonderland of bird-watching this spring

The Yamuna River, tucked into the farthest corners of the mind for most of the year, is being parted and cleaved by thousands of beaks and wings.

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Why India needs to adopt ecological patriotism

This year onwards, we need to pressurise our lawmakers, and ourselves, to be ecological patriots. There is really no other way for robust citizenship.

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Wildlife writing is under an Indian transformation. And here are my top five picks

Natural history and wildlife writing in a decolonised set-up has no obvious traps of power. It is instead sensitive, scientific and occasionally, about love.

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Why we urgently need to provide elephants alternate routes to move about

If elephants are to survive, much more intensive habitat management is needed.

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Wet is not waste: Wetlands may not look much to us, but they are a lifeline for birds

While India gets tens of thousands of migratory birds, we have not had sustained conservation work for many species.