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The Bamboo Forest Safari Lodge  With Lake Maasar as a backdrop, The Bamboo Forest Safari lodge at Tadoba Tiger reserve, blends the splendor of luxury with the raw charm of the wild.

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#repost @diamirzaofficial It was a pleasure for The Bamboo Forest Safari Lodge to host the UN ambassador for Environment - Dia Mirza

The Bamboo Forest Safari Lodge was proud to host and partner the round table discussion on bio-diversity, community development and climate change organised jointly by the United Nations Environment Programme, The Sanctuary Nature foundation, Govt. of Maharashtra and The Bamboo Forest Safari Lodge.
Present, amongst other dignitaries, were Mr Eric Solheim, Global Head of UN Environment Programme and Ms. Dia Mirza, UN Ambassador for Environment. @environmenterik @yudhishthir_ @diamirzaofficial @sanctuaryasia @bittusahgal

The Bamboo Forest Safari Lodge is proud to unveil the latest addition to the lodge; Lake-Side Bungalows. Each bungalow spreads around 2600 sq ft, and boasts of twin rooms along with powder and main baths as well as a private patio, deck and an Uber cool private gazebo overlooking Lake Maasal. Opulent luxury along with an earthy natural design makes these bungalows the ultimate abodes for nature lovers and luxury travellers alike. Book your stay now !!!!

Matkasur @tadobalake
While most cats despise water, tigers love taking baths to help keep themselves cool during the hottest parts of the day. They'll submerge themselves in nearby lakes and streams, soaking for up to an hour, but neck deep only. Tigers don't like getting water in their eyes, to the point that they'll actually enter the water backwards to prevent this from happening.

Maya
The teeth and the structure of the jaw of the tiger both play a very important role in its hunting, diet and general way of life. These are built for grabbing moving prey (sometimes bigger than the hunting tiger itself), snapping necks, crunching through bone and sinew and grinding meat into mouthfuls soft enough to swallow.

Therefore, the jaw has got to be extremely strong, flexible and powerful.

The jaw holds 30 teeth in a normal, healthy animal. These teeth are custom-built for gripping and tearing flesh.

Hidden in the shadows of the misty woods, was the face of a stalking predator!!

She’s watching us all..with the eye of the tiger !! #hypnotic

#Livingintheshadows

Over the last century, dholes have disappeared from more than 75% of their historic range. They now live in fragmented populations across 11 countries with no more than 2,215 breeding dholes left in the wild. As the overall population continues to decline, dholes are now categorized as endangered with their main threats caused by humans.
We are the only ones who have the power to help this species. Wild dogs have inhabited these habitats long before humans and it’s our moral obligation to ensure their survival into the future

Sharmili or Lazari female has her territory stretching from Matkasur waterhole in kolara buffer all the way to Zari waterhole in the core. One of the shy tigresses of Tadoba, she is currently raising a litter of three cubs. (Inset : One of her cubs intently watching our only car present at the scene.)

Emerging from the Darkness - Though usually thought of as a nocturnal hunter, strictly speaking tigers are crepuscular; this simply means they commence hunting in the twilight period just after sundown.. Tigers are generally diurnal or crepuscular where they are undisturbed, but they become nocturnal in disturbed habitats or near human settlements.

The beautiful thing about winters is the celestial ambience with the first rays of the sun trying to make their way though the unrelenting fog and the silhouettes of the deer beginning their day at the wee hours of the morning.

The Indian roller is very common in the populated plains of India and associated with Hindu legends. It is said to be sacred to Vishnu, and used to be caught and released during festivals such as Dussera or the last day of Durga Puja. A local Hindi name is "neelkanth", meaning "blue throat", a name associated with the deity Shiva. It has also been chosen as the state bird by the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Karnataka and Telangana. #likeapainting #riotofcolours

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