Thomas Suresh Anand

Thomas Suresh Anand

Wildlife in India, experience in pictures – Walk the Wilderness – A blog on wildlife in India where we share our experiences in the various national parks through wildlife photos

Dec 042017
 
Suckling Zebra calf, Spur Fowl, Bustard, Lion and more at Amboseli

While the Zebra calf suckling its mother, that we sighted at the Amboseli National Parkwas the highlight of this post, this safari had other wonderful photography moments that we cherished. One such moment was when we spotted the Yellow-throated Spurfowl. With its gorgeous banded eyes and yellow throat, it made for a beautiful capture. The […]

Nov 202017
 
Lilac-breasted Roller in Amboseli National Park

After several safaris into the Amboseli National Park, we were yet to see anyAfrican Lion. And our driver-guide wanted to make one last attempt to search for them on one of our game drives. We started off on a good note with the sighting of yet another African Elephant, this time with a suckling calf. […]

Nov 012017
 
Sibling Play in Tadoba

Watching Choti Tara, one of the much sought after Tigress in Tadoba National Park, play with her cubs would have brought tears of joys to any die hard wildlife enthusiast. Soon it reached a point where the Tigress could not be at the receiving end of her sons teeth and claws and she growled at […]

Oct 092017
 
Pied Kingfisher in Amboseli National Park

After the hair-raising close encounter with the African Elephant, this game drive through Amboseli National Park quickly turned into a amazing birding safari. We saw a Hadeda Ibis (below) not far away from the road. But the highlight of this post is the Pied Kingfisher (below). We will talk about it a little later in […]

Sep 112017
 
Closest African Elephant  sighting in Amboseli National Park

As we drove through the Amboseli National Park for another morning game drive, we spotted an African Elephant at a fair distance. Our guide pointed out that it was a Tusker and we drove towards it to get a closer look. As we got closer, we realised that this was a huge male Elephant (below). […]