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by Kailash Sankhala

  • Author: Kailash Sankhala
  • ISBN: 0002161249
  • ISBN13: 978-0002161244
  • ePub: 1377 kb | FB2: 1992 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Collins; 1st Edition edition (1978)
  • Pages: 220
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KAILASH SANKHALA (Tiger Man) was born on 3. 1925 in Jodhpur and was best known for his work in preserving tigers. He was a renowned naturalist and conservationist in India, director of Delhi Zoological Park (1969) and chief wildlife Warden of Rajasthan (1964)

KAILASH SANKHALA (Tiger Man) was born on 3. He was a renowned naturalist and conservationist in India, director of Delhi Zoological Park (1969) and chief wildlife Warden of Rajasthan (1964). In 1972, he was appointed head of 'Project Tiger'.

This book is somewhat hard to find but worth it if your interested in Tigers. Sankhala was the man behind Project Tiger, the organization formed in the seventies for saving the endangered animal.

Mar 21, 2019 Kin rated it it was amazing. This book is somewhat hard to find but worth it if your interested in Tigers. The book takes the reader through his field observations of tigers across India and some history of man's relation with the big cat along with the unfortunate breading of white tigers. Fun Fact: Sankhala was the director of the Delhi Zoo in the 1960s when he provided the leopard cub to Jane (Rocky) This book is somewhat hard to find but worth it if your interested in Tigers.

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Tiger: The Story of the Indian Tiger, by Kailash Sankhala. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 24 April 2009. Export citation Request permission.

Sankhala with a tiger. The Tiger Man. Padma Shree Kailash Sankhala. Kailash Sankhala (30 January 1925 – 15 August 1994) was an Indian naturalist and conservationist. He was the Director of Delhi Zoological Park and Chief Wildlife Warden of Rajasthan. He is best known for his work in preserving tigers. Sankhala's son Pradeep Sankhala took over the charge of the Tiger Trust after his fathers death and upon his death in 2003, his son Amit Sankhala stepped in. Awards and honours. He was the first civil servant to receive the Jawaharlal Nehru Fellowship in 1969 to study the tiger.

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Kailash Sankhala successfully managed Sariska, Bharatpur, Banvihar . Mr. Sankhala received another Merit Award in 1982 for his book on the tiger.

Kailash Sankhala successfully managed Sariska, Bharatpur, Banvihar and Ranthambhor Wildlife Sanctuaries and the forest divisions of Rajasthan until 1964, and in 1965 was appointed Director of the Delhi Zoological Park which in 1969 was rated one of the first three zoological parks in the world. The important books authored by him are: The Story of Indian Tiger: Roli Books ISBN 81-7437-088-9 Gardens of God: The waterbird sanctuary at Bharatpur (Unknown Binding) Wild Beauty: National Book Trust Return of the Tiger: Lustre Press The Story of Indian Tiger: Lustre Pressdjhjhgjrytj.

ailash Sankhala [1] successfully managed Sariska, Bharatpur, Banvihar and Ranthambhor Wildlife Sanctuaries and the forest divisions of Rajasthan until 1964, and in 1965 was appointed Director of the Delhi Zoological Park which in 1969 was rated one of the first three zoological parks in the world. For five years Sankhala served as head of the world-famous zoo at Delhi, where his firmly held views on what zoos should be initially aroused anger, and later admiration. He had confrontations too with the Indian tourist establishment, and with the poachers who wished to make quick money out of tiger skins. Then in 1972 he was appointed head of 'Project Tiger', a worldwide attempt to save the Indian tiger from extinction: five years later he gave up his job with the problem solved.
Vushura
I bought this book for my grandson who loves the big cats and likes books that are more on the scientific side. This one fit the bill and I found it at a great price and in perfect condition. My grandson really was impressed and I was happy to be able to give this to him. It is a true reference book and I know he will gain a lot of knowledge from it.
Iraraeal
Kailish Sankhala's "Tiger! The Story of the Indian Tiger, is an excellent and engaging treatement of the tiger and his habitat by a native Indian naturalist, lavishly illustrated with color photos and beautiful line drawings. It provides scientific facts and figures but also appeals to the general reader with vivid accounts of Sankhala's adventures in stalking tigers with his camera. Sankhala himself is always present but never intrudes upon his subject. The only criticism which might be levelled by more academic students of the big cats is that Sankhala, not a zoologist by profession, is a little too partial to his subject. He stands with respect to big cat scientists like George Schaller as Farley Mowatt stands with respect to L. David Mech in wolf studies. But how can one not applaud a book which calls the tiger "the sentinel of the forests", which has saved many solely "because wood poachers lacked the courage to enter them at night when the forest guard is asleep" (p.93)?
Sharpbrew
Kailash Sankhala was the Project Director for Indian Tiger Conservation Program started in 1970, known as "project Tiger". Kailash had been the director of Dehli Zoo before he was appointed as the Director for the Project Tiger. Kailsah spent his whole life for the conservation of wild species in India, most importantly Tiger Conservation. Book is very well written. It is the first hand narative of the actual conservation program, by someone who was ran the program, not a scientific study by field biologists. Kailash has the tendency of disagreeing with many prominent Tiger Conservation Biologists on many issues which he expresses very openly in this book. On the negative side you would feel that Kailash had a bureaucratic approach in running the project. I think it is a definite read for someone interested in Tigers and their conservation
Marige
One of the best info books about tigers
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