Phil Perry Wildlife Photography

India Photo Gallery

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Asiatic Wild Dog (Dhole); Asiatic Wild Dog (Dhole) walking towards photographer; Asiatic Wild Dog (Dhole) yawning;Paret of pack of Asiatic Wild Dogs (Dhole)at waterhole; Barasingha (Swamp Deer) Stag (male); Barasingha Stag;

Black Ibis; Changeable Hawk-Eagle; Colared Scops Owl; Crested Serpent Eagle; Gaur (Indian Bison); Male Indian Peafowl (Peacock) displaying;

Male Indian Peafowl; Indian Roller; Palm Squirrel; Red Jungle Fowl; Red-wattled lapwing; Lesser Adjutant Stork (and Wild Boar);

Sambar Deer; Fleeting glimpse of a Sloth Bear; Mating Spotted Deer (Chital); Male and Female Tigers at waterhole (Pair); Tiger walking through Sal Jungle; Gaur watching Tiger;

Male Tiger resting; Tiger resting on rocks in Jungle; Tiger up close; Tiger walking in Jungle clearing; Tourists on Elephant back going to see Tigers in National Park; Wild Boar;

Female Asiatic Lion; Black Stork; Blacktailed Godwit; Brahminy Myna; Indian Gazelle; Jungle Babbler;

Stone-Curlew; Spotted Owlets at Nest in tree; Rufous Treepie; Ruddy Mongoose; Male Nilgai; Roseringed Parakeets;


Photo Gallery showcasing wildlife of Pantanal, Brazil: Pantanal Wildlife Gallery

Links to detailed wildlife photo galleries and other pages:

Mashatu, Botswana Tswalu, Kalahari


Chobe, Botswana


Kalahari Swaziland


Southern Africa


Pantanal, Brazil Kenya

Leopards of Sabi Sands

Luangwa, Zambia

Kruger Park

Dubai Desert

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Also check out two of my other websites: A new sister site promoting wildlife photography, conservation and eco-tourism in Portugal and Africa. This site is still in the early stages of development. Also Lince-Iberico Another new sister-website dedicated to focussing attention on the plight of the Iberian lynx (Lynx pardinus) (Portuguese: El lince-iberico / Spanish: El lince iberico). Its conservation status is 'Critically Endangered' and it is the world's rarest species of cat. This site is running - but still requires a lot of development.



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