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Check out the latest videos in our You Tube channel

Posted by Susan Sharma on January 07, 2019

 
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Biodiversity of Rajasthan

Posted by Susan Sharma on December 11, 2018

 
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The post in this forum about Rajasthan Film Festival is the prompt for this post.

Rajasthan is a biodiversity hotspot and we have four short films in our youtube channel celebrating the biodiversity of Rajasthan.  Watch them!

Sariska National Park

Chandlai Lake-Half Day Birding near Jaipur

Jhalana Forest Reserve, Jaipur, Where leopard is King

Living with the Park, Ranthambhore National Park I

Living with the Park, Ranthambhore National Park II

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A trailer for our videos on you tube

Posted by Susan Sharma on December 08, 2018

 
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Wildbytes TV channel is now seen by nearly 70% of our members on their smart phones.  Having crossed 1000 subscriptions to the channel, I have now produced a trailer  video which recounts the idea behind creating this channel.  While the content in our online club is consumed by all age groups, the digital generation of 18 to 34 eagerly consume online videos.

 

Here is a link to the Trailer video.  And yes, please do subscribe and click on the bell next to the subscribe button so that you are informed when we upload a new video.   

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MxkyLgtlNw

 

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MxkyLgtlNw

 

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Latest in our You Tube Channel

Posted by Susan Sharma on December 01, 2018

 
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IndianWildlifeClub TV channel

Posted by Susan Sharma on May 16, 2018

 
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Our latest additions to IndianWildlifeClub You Tube channel can be viewed at

Please subscribe and write in your comments on the videos on the youtube page.
We are also in the process of making our own TV channel http://wildbytes.tv mobile friendly!  Over 140 videos have already been uploaded in our channel, each video covers some aspect of nature/wildlife. The videos include our documentaries on Corbett National park, Ranthambhore National Park, Chitwan National Park and Bukansan National Park.

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Wildbytes.tv

Posted by Susan Sharma on January 25, 2018

 
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I have uploaded over 100 videos relating to nature and wildlife in wildbytes Youtube channel.  These videos are drawn from my experiences in various National Parks in India nad abroad plus videos of experts talking on related subjects wherever I could manage hearing and recording them.  


The channel is aimed at all nature lovers who care about the environment we live in.  


It will be good if you can watch and write in your comments about the content of the videos.  Many of you will have comments to add which will enrich the content in each video.  


Please subscribe to the channel to be able to comment 


https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCng_XfXfguqI-mX1x1xXdWA


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Connecting everywhere!

Posted by Susan Sharma on June 29, 2017

 
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Nature lovers feel connected wherever they go!  I experienced this lately when I visited my cousin who lives in far away San Diego.  The cabbage butterfly I saw in the botanical garden of San Diego reminded me of Dr.Surya Prakash from whom I had learnt that the Indian cabbage butterfly migrates by flying 300 to 400 miles a year. It  is one of the three in India which migrate long distances.   Want to learn more fascinating facts about butterflies from Dr. Surya Prakash?  See the short film in our you tube channel


https://youtu.be/KLz3rsawl88


The sparrow happlily mud bathing on the ground of an open restaurant reminded me of the sparrows mud bathing back home.  It also made me appreciate the fact that the restaurant owners who had grown local flowers all around, had made the ground  inviting for birds with leaf moulds and mulches.    


On a cruise in the Soth Pacific Bay, the tour guide kept calling attention to the naval might of the USA and the ships and drones which had occupied the shores of the Bay.  On one side a large group of Cormorants were busy fishing, reminding us how nature, especially birds, can adapt anywhere.  The sea lions displaced were huddled up on bait barges (because of which the cruise was called "Sea lion Cruise").  Having seen the interaction between a mum and pup sealions on the Pacific coast near the Torrey Pines Reserve,  the bait barges seemed like a zoo.  Again, the foresightedness to put these barges for sea lions lazy enough not to go to other available shores? was worth appreciating.


Want to feel some of these emotions I went through?   Watch the short film at


https://youtu.be/HYJ5kY1CSeQ



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Connected!

Posted by Susan Sharma on June 25, 2017

 
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Nature lovers feel connected wherever they go!  I experienced this lately when I visited my cousin who lives in far away San Diego.  The cabbage butterfly I saw in the botanical garden of San Diego reminded me of Dr.Surya Prakash from whom I had learnt that the Indian cabbage butterfly migrates by flying 300 to 400 miles a year. It  is one of the three in India which migrate long distances.   Want to learn more fascinating facts about butterflies from Dr. Surya Prakash?  See the short film in our you tube channel 

The sparrow happlily mud bathing on the ground of an open restaurant reminded me of the sparrows mud bathing back home.  It also made me appreciate the fact that the restaurant owners who had grown local flowers all around, had made the ground  inviting for birds with leaf moulds and mulches.      

On a cruise in the Soth Pacific Bay, the tour guide kept calling attention to the naval might of the USA and the ships and drones which had occupied the shores of the Bay.  On one side a large group of Cormorants were busy fishing, reminding us how nature, especially birds, can adapt anywhere.  The sea lions displaced were huddled up on bait barges (because of which the cruise was called "Sea lion Cruise").  Having seen the interaction between a mum and pup sealions on the Pacific coast near the Torrey Pines Reserve,  the bait barges seemed like a zoo.  Again, the foresightedness to put these barges for sea lions lazy enough not to go to other available shores? was worth appreciating.  

Want to feel some of these emotions I went through?   Watch the short film at 

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Endangered species Day

Posted by Susan Sharma on May 20, 2017

 
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Endangered Species Day - 19th May 2017

In a world with natural habitats shrinking the wildlife that we share this wonderful planet with continue to become endangered. 
In India, many beautiful pheasants are endangered.  When the winged guardians of our mountainscapes disappear, the mountains will be poorer. 
Watch this short video on mountain pheasants 
https://youtu.be/Np5kMkXdvKI

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Sarang - The Peacock,review

Posted by Bhavesh on June 21, 2011

 
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How many times have we felt 'virtual proximity' to nature,just by watching a movie or a program on Discovery/Net Geo (for India,usually the credit goes to Tigers).Our problem is (Media included) we do not think of other animals,forget birds.For us,Tigers rule the rule books.

Fortunately,I got a copy of 'Sarang-The Peacock',last week.It's a wonderful account of Peacocks and their life made by Susan Sharma.Watching it is like a musical journey,too calm and soothing (thanks to the excellent music score).

Peacocks have always fascinated us,rains can't be imagined without a dancing peacock,making that 'eye catching' pattern.The whole 'web of life' including humans,snakes,squirrels and peachicks (new born peacock) is encircled in this beautiful narration.

Must watch for every Indian, at least we must know about our 'national bird'.Thanks Susan for this beautiful account.I am on my way to search out for peacocks in fields nearby. 
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