ATR - Day 53: Watch Baras with her cubs in today’s Vlog, and let me say nothing more for today
The highlight of the day was the Vlog I edited. It features Baras with her little cubs. And let me say no more. Go watch!
November 22, 2023
Wednesday, 11:30 PM
Pench Jungle Camp,
In this newsletter, let me talk about the Vlog I made today because nothing that I did today was quite as interesting as today’s Vlog, featuring Bara with her little cubs. As I have said before, cubs as old as three or four months as I saw the other day and that feature in today’s Vlog are a rare sight because tigresses do not allow such young cubs to come out in open and be seen, but Baras did not mind for some reason.
While I was making today’s Vlog, I was transported to the location from where I had seen Baras with her cubs for a very long time and had taken a lot of pictures and recorded the footage that is part of today’s Vlog. As I have said in the Vlog also, I had never seen such young cubs before despite having visited tiger reserves across India countless times.
But there was another thing that occurred to me while I was making the Vlog. The pictures and footage of the tiger cubs playing with their mother is breathtaking and you will likely have goosebumps watching it, but it still doesn’t hold up to the experience of watching the sight live.
I am not going to say anything more here about today’s Vlog lest it should milden the impact of what I said about the amazing sight of Baras’ cubs playing with her even though today’s Vlog also features Sudhir Sir (Mr. Sudhir Shivaram), an ace wildlife photographer. So there is every reason for you to watch today’s Vlog and share it with others, even if you have not been following the YouTube channel.