In Jim Corbett landscape

A. J. T. JohnsinghBivash Pandav
A robust tiger, a camera-trap image. Pressures from Kotdwar town (in the background) are a threat to the Rajaji National Park-Corbett Tiger Reserve corridor. Photo: Bivash Pandav
Tiger pug marks on a riverbed in the Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve. Photo: Imam Hussein
A tusker standing its ground. Photo: Bivash Pandav
The hogdeer, an endangered species, in the tiger reserve. Photo: Bivash Pandav
Control of the jackal population may revive the hog deer population. Photo: Bivash Pandav
Woodlands with meadow habitats can ensure the Nilgai's presence along the reserve's southern boundary. Photo: Bivash Pandav
Champa, a Gujjar anti-poaching watcher, who survived a tiger attack. Photo: A.J.T. Johnsingh
The Jhirna forest rest house, built in 1908. Photo: A.J.T. Johnsingh
'Urena lobata' in the tiger reserve. Photo: A.J.T. Johnsingh
'Ipomoea nil' in September. Photo: A.J.T. Johnsingh
'Mimosa himalayana' in September. Photo: A.J.T. Johnsingh
The tiger reserve is a stronghold of the golden mahseer. Photo: Misty Dillon
The picturesque Ramganga reservoir. Photo: A.J.T. Johnsingh
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