PODCAST: Naturalist James Rogerson on the wild tigers of Kanha, India

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In this episode of Wild Lives by Faunographic we catch up with naturalist and photographer James Rogerson, whose wild work has taken him everywhere from Finland to the Seychelles, across his native United Kingdom and Africa and, more recently, to the tiger stronghold of Kanha National Park, in Central India.

During his time in Kanha, James got to know some of the reserve’s more famous wild tigers, including Munna, Chota Munna and Umaparni, so he’s got some fascinating stories about them. Plus, his tales of the area’s incredible birdlife and endangered barasingha peel back the many layers of Kanha to reveal why it’s such unique place to explore.

Download the full episode here:

Check out James’ extraordinary photography here and here.

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