Here’s where to see majestic animals and help to preserve their habitat in Sierra Leone, Rwanda, and South Africa.
An intrepid birder explores Jorbeer Conservation Reserve—a dumpyard of cattle carcasses—desperate to spot the imposing cinereous vulture.
A small (snake-filled) sanctuary in Goa, rich wetlands in Odisha and Himachal, and hornbills in an absurdly green rainforest of Tamil Nadu—four experts list their favourite haunts in India.
Gleaming vipers and luminous mushrooms, take a dazzling night trek through this Malyasian rainforest.
Go bird-watching in the lakes around Bengaluru, or roam the lush hinterlands of Pollachi in Tamil Nadu.
Kuala Lumpur City Centre Park, designed by Roberto Burl Marx, is a lovely enclave of avian delights, from lustrous sunbirds to shimmering starlings.
Igloo stays, iridescent birds and ice sports—keep your gloves on for a wild winter ride through in the country.
Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary in Arunachal Pradesh is a treasure trove of the rarest of birds and animals.
Short drives from Wellington, Dunedin and Christchurch lead visitors to rare penguins, sea lions play-fighting on beaches, and fur seals having a lovers’ tiff.
There are enough birds in Colombo's wetlands to whip out those binoculars.