In the Indian jungle, you can discover lots of amazing wildlife. Sandesh Kadur and Surya Ramachandran went exploring with the NL Pure 32. They encountered Great Hornbills, Nilgiri Chilappans, Shaheen Falcons, Malabar Trogons, Black and Orange Flycatchers, Star-eyed Bush Frogs, and a herd of Gaur. The forests are bustling with wildlife.
See for yourself and learn more about Sandesh's and Surya's deep connection to the natural world.
Sandesh is a filmmaker and National Geographic Fellow. He creates award-winning wildlife documentary films and photography books exposing the need to conserve threatened species and habitats around the world. His documentary films have aired worldwide on such prominent networks as National Geographic, the BBC, Netflix, Discovery Channel, and Animal Planet. He hopes that his photographs, videos, and documentaries will reveal places and species people rarely see and will inspire new passion to protect them.
Surya originally trained to be an engineer, today pursues his passion for wildlife full-time. His jungle journey began in the forests of Satpura. The need to guide people encouraged him to write a book and thereby successfully authored ‘Photo Field Guide to Central India’ and the ‘Photo Guide to South India’ which covers 850 and 1,960 species respectively of each region. During the Monsoon period he leads his own tours to Africa, the red pandas of Nepal and Western Ghats wilderness. Surya’s zeal and vigor never fail to captivate guests. His inquisitiveness and enthusiasm are sure to inspire the visitors and his team. With his stories, Surya brings wilderness to life.