Here are the fantastic finalists for the Click For Corbett photo contest! We received a lot of superb entries of such amazing creatures and the beautiful landscapes they live in, which reflects the wonder of nature and the diversity of wildlife across India and the world!


Theme 1: Wildlife Behavior



Location: Dhikala range, Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve, Uttarakhand, India.
Title: “The Mud Bath”
Description: Elephants do this to keep their body cool.



Theme 2: Wildlife & Landscape



Location: Changthang, Ladakh.
Description: Tibetan Gazelles silhouetted in front of the rising full moon in the flats of Changthang.



Theme 3: Wildlife & Conservation



Location: Guwahati, Assam, India.
Title: “Last refuge”
Description: With the destruction of roosting places and filling-up of wetlands for development, the garbage dump on the outskirts of Guwahati has become the last refuge for the endangered Greater Adjutant Stork. As an earth mover piles up the garbage, the storks patiently wait for scraps.



Honorable Mentions from our Judges




Special Mentions from Waste Warriors





Thank You For Participating!


Huge gratitude to all participants in our first Click For Corbett contest on the eve of the 7th anniversary of Waste Warriors Corbett! We will be reaching out to our 3 winners who will receive their choice of a 1-night complimentary stay each at Jim’s Jungle Retreat, Vanghat River Lodge, or Camp Hornbill. These are beautiful jungle lodges around the Corbett Landscape with responsible and eco-friendly practices.

Our team would also like to thank our esteemed panel of judges, renowned wildlife photographers Rathika Ramasamy, Kalyan Varma, and Shivang Mehta! Thank you so much for your time and effort to go through the entries and pick these amazing photos as winners!



Clean Corbett: Adopt A Village!


Since 2013, our local teams and SHG women have tirelessly managed waste around Corbett. Raising awareness, engaging village communities, and building SWM systems has slowed down habitat degradation and mitigated the impact of waste pollution on Corbett’s flora and fauna.


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