Aditya Pal

The contributor for Republica.

Koshi Tappu, paradise for bird lovers

Published On: March 11, 2020 02:55 PM NPT By: Aditya Pal

Whenever I plan to go somewhere, I always opt for an intensive search about biodiversity of the place, and mostly on birds, as I am a bird lover. I still remember the feeling that I had while visiting Ramsar site for the first time in my life. Ramsar is the only wetland of international importance in Nepal

My message to Global leaders

Published On: January 21, 2019 12:01 PM NPT By: Aditya Pal

Earth is having a fever. Its temperature is rising and it’s already hot, getting much colder in winter. It’s normal but the time lapse is something happening unexpectedly soon

Truly Asian experience

Published On: September 8, 2018 08:41 AM NPT By: Aditya Pal

Located partly on the Asian mainland, Malaysia is truly Asia, like the tagline of Malaysian tourism says. It is rich in culture and has lots of traditions. The five main races -- Malay, Chinese, Indian, Iban, Kadazan -- make up the majority of its population. It is one of the wealthiest countries in Southeast Asia and equally rich in biodiversity. Being in Malaysia made me more alive.

Silent roar of a tiger

Published On: June 27, 2018 08:22 AM NPT By: Aditya Pal

As a student of zoology, I often visit the zoo. In my earlier visits, I had never seen a tiger. But during my recent visit to the zoo, I was fortunate enough to see a real tiger staring at me from a mere distance of three meters. However, all my excitement and curiosity vanished in a matter of seconds seeing the tiger in a pathetic situation. It was just like a lifeless animal standing in front of me.  That tiger didn’t have the grandeur that I had imagined a tiger would possess; it continued staring helplessly.

Why do birds sing on spring ?

Published On: June 13, 2018 06:28 AM NPT By: Aditya Pal

In spring, days are longer compared to winter. The warmer days activate hormones in the birds allowing them to know that its spring. Spring, for them, is seasons of possibilities. The season also ensures plenty of food acting as a stimulant for mating.  Male birds sing to attract their female counterparts, and also to mark territories.

Conversing on conserving

Published On: June 3, 2018 08:34 AM NPT By: Aditya Pal

As a student of Zoology, I have a keen interest in the environment. Thus, we planned a hike to Champadevi. During our hike, we enjoyed the scenario and concluded that the trail was the best place in Kathmandu valley for hiking and sightseeing.

Witnessing bird migration in Nepal

Published On: May 22, 2018 12:24 PM NPT By: Aditya Pal

The birds you see in your garden are not always the same. They may have traveled thousands of kilometers before they came in your garden.