A collection of articles that will excite both the amateur and the professional…
The Madras Naturalists Society (MNS) was started in 1978 by a group of wildlife enthusiasts and the Blackbuck was started as a quarterly journal of MNS from 1983 onwards. This publication has been a platform for not only professional wildlife scientists but also for amateur naturalists to share their findings and to record their observations on nature for more than two decades.
In this book, the editor classifies the articles into four categories, namely Wildlife, Habitats, Conservation and Documenting wildlife. These articles are collected from back volumes of Blackbuck written by experienced conservationists, wildlife scientists, wildlife photographers, nature writers, bureaucrats and nature lovers. The important thing about this collection is that it includes authors of yesteryears as well as present-day nature enthusiasts and conservationists.
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