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Your wildlife experience in India

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(10-25-2017, 09:06 AM)Pckts Wrote: Did your cousin see any other males?

No, it was a short trip.

I'll be going to Sundarbans this Christmas. I doubt i'll be lucky enough to sight tigers...but will share detailed pictures of the journey, for the feel.
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(10-24-2017, 09:36 AM)Rishi Wrote: Followed by a half-hearted stalk by Dhamangaon until Budbudi came over & blew it...




Dhamangaon has relocated to Sarhi Zone this monsoon, & is currently rivalled by Ronda male & Sangam male (whom @Pckts sighted).

The mating probably failed to produce cubs, as Budbudi was never pregnant...
Here is the Sangam Male for comparison. 
He was a little further off by the time we were able to grab video but his mass looks more evident IMO.








Here is the Budbudi Female compared to the Link 8 female as well...
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Now I have booked my trip to Kanha, may 2019! hope I survive the heat, but heard Kanha isn’t to bad compared to say Tadoba. I have got a great guide and we will seatch Mukki so that hopfully I can get one of the two big TOM’s Chota Munna or Umarpani. Haven’t been this excited before a trip.
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Don’t worry about the heat, it’s not bad. The morning safaris are actually chilly, make sure you get there early so you can beat the line.
Bring a good face mask for the dust and get yourself a good camera and lense if you don’t have one, it’s worth it. I’m super jealous, you’re going to have a blast. Hopefully you get to see Uma but don’t bank on it, just enjoy yourself and all the sights you get to see, live in the moment.
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(06-17-2018, 10:08 PM)Pckts Wrote: Don’t worry about the heat, it’s not bad. The morning safaris are actually chilly, make sure you get there early so you can beat the line.
Bring a good face mask for the dust and get yourself a good camera and lense if you don’t have one, it’s worth it. I’m super jealous, you’re going to have a blast. Hopefully you get to see Uma but don’t bank on it, just enjoy yourself and all the sights you get to see, live in the moment.
Great to hear! I have my camera ready and hopefully I can get some shots! No I have been told Uma isn’t easy so I hope that the luck is with me on a drive! 

Thanks for that pckts, I will enjoy it for sure! :)
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Awesome, and I must suggest you to visit Jaipur, and then from there, visit Ranthambore National Park. Its ope till May'19 and its has the highest probability to spot multiple tigers.
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