Nisarg Prakash is an engineer turned wildlife biologist. His primary interest is to conserve otters and their habitats. His work spans studying otters, or working with fishermen to understand the river better, and also their relationship with these animals. Nisarg works across several riverine systems, particularly the Kaveri river in Karnataka. He believes life along a river is infinitely more rewarding than life in the city!
Living Waters: The Resistance and Resilience of the Cauvery
The Otter River – Kaveri
Solastalgia Along the Sharavathy: A Quest for Peace in a Conversation With a River
No Sense Of Place: To Learn the Meaning of Life From a Four-Legged Therapist
The Dog Who Knew Sadness
How to Be an Otter
Conservation of the Asian Small-Clawed Otter (Aonyx Cinereus) in Human-Modified Landscapes, Western Ghats, India
First Record of Eurasian Otter Lutra lutra in the Anamalai Hills, Southern Western Ghats, India
MSc Wildlife Program Gains New Partners
Do trees make rivers flow?