Every moment in nature is happening for ones, there is no repetition, it is dynamic. Understanding this dynamism is science. We at Nidus believe that science in incomplete until it is communicated. One of the biggest hurdles is – how to communicate? To break this historical barrier we provide this platform to the budding naturalists to explore their potentials in science communication. These are not just articles but stories experienced during the journeys of our members, readers and our team depicting interesting natural history observations and findings.
Mite Pockets in Skink… During one of our recent field explorations with Nidus, we were bit worried about ticks as this landscapes has lots of
The rocky outcrops of the northern Western Ghats are often considered wastelands when they are hotbeds of endemic diversity These rocky outcrops are unique features
How a melodious call in Amboli led to a research paper on an amphibian in the Western Ghats The frogs of the genus Nyctibatrachus are endemic
by Aathira Perinchery, Mongabay, 20 April 2020 Scientists had previously noted slight differences in markings of the ground-dwelling Perroteti’s wood snake in the northern and
by Sahana Ghosh, The Wire, 15 November 2019. The next time you hear something about the Sri Lankan cat snake’s (Boiga ceylonensis) population from India,