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Posted by Susan Sharma on December 08, 2023


Aditya Dicky Singh was the first registered member of  This wildlife photographer was a conservationist at heart who left a void in the conservation community of Ranthambhore and the world when he succumbed to a heart attack at age 57, on 6 September, 2023.

Singh won the Carl Zeiss Award for Conservation in 2012 and the Sanctuary Wildlife Photographer of the Year award in 2011. He is a co-author of the book "Noor: Queen of Ranthambore" about the tigress Noor.

Singh bought a patch of land near Ranthambore Fort in 2000. Eventually, he had accumulated 50 acres of land and he decided to reforest the area. he and wife Poonam kept buying patches of adjacent land which they fenced off and left unattended. It took a decade for trees to grow back on their land. 

Just about a year ago, I had a conversation with Aditya on Zoom about his passion for conservation and  photography.  The video podcast is available at the link

Please watch the video and write your comments in the comment section of the video.


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