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News & Events
Shortly releasing a book on the most beautiful Corbett National Park by a leading international publisher.

Forthcoming photo exhibition in Lucknow will be announced very soon.

Sales - Books, Photos
You can purchase high definition photo prints of Wild Life Shoot and Books available on famous online book stores.   ( want to buy... )

05% of the earnings from the sales (photographs/ books) are pledged for the cause of Indian Wildlife.

Media
Media
Famous news daily Times of India has published a calendar on Dr. Arora's Wildlife photos.

Dr. Naveen Arora - Wild Life Conservation
Research Profile...

Dr Naveen Arora is currently Head, Department of Environmental Microbiology, BBA University (A Central University), Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India with teaching and research experience of 15 years. His area of interests include Bacteriology, Microbial Physiology, Agriculture and Environmental Microbiology, Microbial Technology and Industrial Microbiology.


He is the member of national and international societies that include:

  • Life Member of Association of Microbiologists of India (AMI)
  • Life Member of Indian National Science Academy (INSA)
  • Life Member of Asian PGPR Society



Wildlife Conservation - Objectives

Wild Life Shoot


  • A sustainable wildlife resource base is vital to ensure biodiversity, human health and food security.
  • The world is in the midst of a global environmental crisis. We are loosing species and habitats faster than we are saving them and in Asia the issue is critical.
  • Photography, media and books¬† have a specific role in revealing this critically important issue. Powerful images that inspire people to act are a catalyst for education, cultural understanding and social action.
  • Being an Academician, Researcher and more as Human it is a moral responsibility to generate wildlife awareness among society.
  • Natural habitats are like national heritage and must be conserved for the future. This includes soil, rivers and other water bodies. Conservation of soil and water itself leads to protection of forests, wildlife and environment as a whole.