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Noted wildlife conservationist and Photographer Aditya ‘Dicky’Singh dead

Utkarsh Classes 07-09-2023
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Noted wildlife conservationist and photographer Aditya 'Dicky' Singh passed away at his home on the outskirts of Ranthambore tiger reserve in Rajasthan on 6 September 2023. He was 57 years old .

Aditya Singh was a former IAS officer who resigned from the service and settled in Ranthambore to pursue his passion for wildlife conservation and photography .

Aditya Singh  worked on wildlife documentaries and conservation initiatives . He also co- authored a book with Andy Rouse "Noor: Queen of Ranthambore", covering different aspects of tigress Noor's life through a collection of photographs and stories.

Tiger Reserves in Rajasthan

At present there are  five tiger reserves in Rajasthan . 

  • Ranthambore Tiger Reserve in Sawai Madhopur;
  • Sariska Tiger Reserve in Alwar
  • Mukundra Hills Tiger Reserve in Kota,
  • Ramgarh Vishdhari Tiger Reserve in Bundi,
  • Dholpur-Karauli Reserve . It is the 53rd Tiger reserve of the country 

The Union Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change has given  in-principle approval to declare Kumbhalgarh as a tiger reserve in Rajasthan. When it is officially notified it will be the 6th tiger reserve of Rajasthan .

FAQ

Answer : wildlife conservationist and photographer

Answer : Noor: Queen of Ranthambore

Answer : Dholpur-Karauli Reserve

Answer : Kumbhalgarh
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