BERA – The Leopard kingdom

Wondering Leopard among the granite boulders

Bera – India

The Bera region is surrounded by forest and granite rocks where Leopard coexist with the local villagers / Live stock herders. Along this area there is a river that supports the life in this aired environment, river Jawai that forms a large dam that supports a very large number of birds, reptiles and mammals, so there is a place for any visitor ( photographer, birder, rock climber or a basic traveler that wants to experience ethnic culture, wildlife and amazing landscapes field up with many granite boulder) Do to Jeay the owner of the Bera Safari Lodge, this area is free of Granite mining and correlation between the villagers and the wild cats, the Leopard. In this area the locals share a spiritual connection leopard and the man and wildlife conflict is largely absent.

Leopard camouflage by the cactus plant
Peacock male displaying ( Pavo cristatus) in Beta
A group of Langurs watching for Leopards
Rabari ethnic group learn how to coexist with leopards in this part of Rajisthn state of India
Sunset over the Granite rocks in Bera

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