WILDLIFE SIGHTINGS IN GIR

image of a sunset captured in an angle where trees form a canopy

THIS MONTH IN WILDLIFE SIGHTINGS | June, 2023 | KARTHIK KRISHNA

This Month in Wildlife Sightings #June2023

As Gir soaks in the favourable weather, it’s time to say goodbye to the scorching heat and the forest that harbours many interesting creatures has now turned into a shade of glorious green, writes our naturalist Karthik.

Cover Photo - Flame of the Forest

THIS MONTH IN WILDLIFE SIGHTINGS | JANUARY 29, 2022 | VARUN TANEJA

This Month in Wildlife Sightings #Jan2022

Off to a fantastic start to 2022, Varun documents the incredibly fascinating lion sightings in the changing landscape of Gir.

This Month in Wildlife Sightings Feb2022, Aramness 12

THIS MONTH IN WILDLIFE SIGHTINGS | FEBRUARY 28, 2022 | NAMAN DOSHI

This Month in Wildlife Sightings #Feb2022

In this month’s wildlife sightings, Naman documents how the lioness and her cubs have been keeping a very low profile, with the arrival of new males in the territory.

Family of Lions Playing in the Wilderness

THIS MONTH IN WILDLIFE SIGHTINGS | MARCH 28, 2022 | ADIL ARIF

This Month in Wildlife Sightings #March2022

Lucky enough to witness some major events during this month’s game drives, Adil captures a mix of happy and intense moments amongst prides.

Safari Jeep Along a Forest Trail

THIS MONTH IN WILDLIFE SIGHTINGS | APRIL 30, 2022 | VARUN TANEJA

This Month in Wildlife Sightings #April2022

From the summer golden glow and all that Mother Nature has to offer to tragic news about one of the prides, Varun has a plethora of things to share in this edition of TMIWS.

Blossomed Lily Crinum Latifolium topped with dew drops

THIS MONTH IN WILDLIFE SIGHTINGS | JUNE, 2022 | NAMAN DOSHI

This Month in Wildlife Sightings #June2022

With the natural cycle continually unfolding and being driven by the monsoons, Naman talks about how the wilderness in Gir is at its most captivating self during this time of the year.

image of a yellow frog

THIS MONTH IN WILDLIFE SIGHTINGS | SEPTEMBER, 2022 | NAMAN DOSHI

This Month in Wildlife Sightings #Sep2022

The first week of September followed a punctual rain schedule here in Gir. Sunny, clear mornings with crisp cumulus clouds, followed by nimbus clouds in the afternoon.

Aramness - a portrait view of the sun setting by the forest

THIS MONTH IN WILDLIFE SIGHTINGS | NOVEMBER, 2022 | VISHVAJEET SOLANKI

This Month in Wildlife Sightings #Nov2022

In this month’s blog, our naturalist Vishvajeet Sinh Solanki sheds light on the minuscule residents of our lodge.

image of jungle

THIS MONTH IN WILDLIFE SIGHTINGS | DECEMBER, 2022 | KARTHIK KRISHNA

This Month in Wildlife Sightings #Dec2022

Another month of winter and had some spectacular big cat sightings, and got super lucky in spotting a Jungle Cat in one of the game drives

Cover Picture

THIS MONTH IN WILDLIFE SIGHTINGS | MARCH, 2023 | KARTHIK KRISHNA

This Month in Wildlife Sightings #March2023

As it’s starting to get wonderfully warm in Gir, our naturalist Karthik talks about how it’s simply the best time for sightings and to observe some of the finest yet often - overlooked creatures who are extremely skilled at blending in with the environment.

image of lion

THIS MONTH IN WILDLIFE SIGHTINGS | APRIL, 2023 | VISHVAJEET SOLANKI

This Month in Wildlife Sightings #April2023

As Gir National Park goes through the transition from winter to spring, our naturalist Vishvajeet talks about how this period offers guests a unique opportunity to witness the park’s diverse wildlife and ecosystem.

image of a leopard

THIS MONTH IN WILDLIFE SIGHTINGS | MAY, 2023 | PIYUSH DHOLARIYA

This Month in Wildlife Sightings #MAY2023

With some incredibly brilliant wildlife sightings and wonderfully warm weather, our naturalist Piyush talks about how this time in Gir is all about interesting discoveries around every corner of the forest.

image of a sunset captured in an angle where trees form a canopy

THIS MONTH IN WILDLIFE SIGHTINGS | JUNE, 2023 | KARTHIK KRISHNA

This Month in Wildlife Sightings #June2023

As Gir soaks in the favourable weather, it’s time to say goodbye to the scorching heat and the forest that harbours many interesting creatures has now turned into a shade of glorious green, writes our naturalist Karthik.

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