“Voices in the Wilderness” is a sample of the best and the most lucid writings on India’s wildlife, put together by a leading practitioner of ecological journalism. It’s a book that will reach all, wildlife enthusiasts and layperson, alike.
Voices in the Wilderness: Contemporary Wildlife Writings brings together over twenty distinguished figures in the field – naturalists, scientists and authors, whose writings paint a vivid picture of India’s amazing wildlife, from the charismatic tiger to the ‘lowly’ caterpillar. A varied and conversational collection, Voices in the Wilderness is a celebration of India’s fascinating wildlife that will appeal not just to wildlife enthusiasts but also tell the uninitiated to the joys and mysteries of nature. It includes writings from celebrated authors such as M Krishnan, F.W. Champion, Ruskin Bond, Valmik Thapar, Tom Alter, among others.
About the Author
Prerna Singh Bindra is a freelance environmentalist, wildlife journalist and travel writer. She has writing for various publications – Tehelka, the Pioneer and Sanctuary Asia where she has documented the on-going crisis of Indian wildlife. In a career spanning nearly ten years, she has written over a thousand articles on nature and wildlife; she also edits Tigerlink, a journal concerned with tiger conversation. She has won the Carl Zeiss Award and the Sanctuary Asia Award for in-depth and consistent coverage of conversation issues.