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#16 Nov 9th, 2012, 12:44
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Jungle Cat - Corbett Tiger Reserve

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Wonderful - I had never seen a jungle cat, I really enjoyed the video!
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Originally Posted by DaisyL View Post Wonderful - I had never seen a jungle cat, I really enjoyed the video!
Thanks for watching. This was late in the evening at Bijrani zone, safari timing was about to end & we were returning to our Forest Rest House & suddenly this beauty turned up at a distance though. Got really lucky as they say it's easy to sight a tiger in Corbett but very difficult to sight a Jungle cat.

Next video upload would take a little time as Wife & I are headed to Palolem for 8 days. Leaving Saturday night by train. Relaxation, Kayaking, Bird watching, cycling & a bit of work (I have many clients in Goa).

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Originally Posted by shahronakm View Post Thanks for watching. This was late in the evening at Bijrani zone, safari timing was about to end & we were returning to our Forest Rest House & suddenly this beauty turned up at a distance though. Got really lucky as they say it's easy to sight a tiger in Corbett but very difficult to sight a Jungle cat.

Next video upload would take a little time as Wife & I are headed to Palolem for 8 days. Leaving Saturday night by train. Relaxation, Kayaking, Bird watching, cycling & a bit of work (I have many clients in Goa).

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Nice video, Ronak!

Enjoy your vacation and ofcourse all those a activities.
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Beautiful videos Ronak, what a great idea. I look forward to the next installment. It just makes me feel as if I am back in Corbett!
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Originally Posted by tripsammy View Post Beautiful videos Ronak, what a great idea. I look forward to the next installment. It just makes me feel as if I am back in Corbett!
Thanks tripsammy for watching & appreciating the videos. Just back from Palolem. Will upload one more video by end of this week but most probably will be of another place.

Thanks to your trip report that we were inspired to visit Corbett again.

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Blackbucks - Velavadar, Gujarat

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Thanks, Ronak, very well done!! I didn't know about the Blackbuck National Park in Gujarat, so it was exciting for me to learn about it. Thank you for sharing this video!
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Good capture, video was taken from what distance?
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Originally Posted by DaisyL View Post Thanks, Ronak, very well done!! I didn't know about the Blackbuck National Park in Gujarat, so it was exciting for me to learn about it. Thank you for sharing this video!
Thanks. It's a very small national park as compared to the tiger reserves. But it's awesome for watching wildlife from up close. Lots of Pelicans, Harriers, Nil Gai (Blue Bull) & if lucky Hyena & Wolf can also be sighted. Yes, we were lucky, will be uploading some more videos in coming day (or months).

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Originally Posted by Gametotravel View Post Good capture, video was taken from what distance?
Thanks. Uploaded video is a combination of 4 - 5 different videos taken at different times during our 2 1/2 days stay at Velavadar. I have used my Panasonic DMC FZ 35 (with 18x optical zoom) for videos & photos are taken by Jetal (my wife) with Nikon D90 & 80 - 400 mm lens. Blackbuck running & fighting were taken from some distance (say around 30 mtrs or so) & Blackbucks jumping (crossing road) was from around 10 mtrs.

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Lovely video, Ronak. I did not have this idea of taking videos when we had visited 'Jayamangali Blackbuck Reserve' near Bangalore, a few years ago. Ofcourse I was using Sony powershot then (5x optical zoom ).
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Originally Posted by naveenamohanrao View Post Lovely video, Ronak. I did not have this idea of taking videos when we had visited 'Jayamangali Blackbuck Reserve' near Bangalore, a few years ago. Ofcourse I was using Sony powershot then (5x optical zoom ).
Naveena, thanks for watching. Now that you are better equipped you can take some videos on your next visit to the Blackbuck reserve.

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Yes Ronak!! I keep planning to visit one of these Black buck Sanctuaries whenever we drive down towards Bangalore. There is one sanctuary of these black beauties, I have seen near Ranebennur. Whenever we drive past Hubli, we see boards with directions towards Ranebennur Blackbuck Sanctuary!

May be sometime soon!
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Originally Posted by naveenamohanrao View Post Yes Ronak!! I keep planning to visit one of these Black buck Sanctuaries whenever we drive down towards Bangalore. There is one sanctuary of these black beauties, I have seen near Ranebennur. Whenever we drive past Hubli, we see boards with directions towards Ranebennur Blackbuck Sanctuary!

May be sometime soon!
If possible (if some FRH is available) try & stay there overnight. You will love it. Also most of the animals & birds are active during early morning & late evening.

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Ronak, had things gone as per plans, we would have been at Dandeli during this time! Had thought of staying closer to Anshi forest/FRH! But my FIL was not keeping well and our program changed drastically. Leaving for Bangalore tomorrow morning. May be sometime early next year, we will be doing the Forest stay. Till then I have my 'Mumbai Maika (Mom's house?) - SGNP .
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