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IamFisheye

About time we started a Dhole thread given the space dedicated to their african cousins.

 

Here's one of Mum and the Kids, Tadoba India March 2011

 

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One of Mum on her own

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And from a later encounter the same morning with different dogs, possibly from the same pack

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All with the E-3 and 50-200mm

 

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@@IamFisheye

Excellent pictures

You led me to look back at some older photos -not as good as yours but we were pleased to see it!

These were in Pench, December 2005.

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Initial sighting in the distance

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We managed to get closer, but it insisted on staying in the long grass!

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Deeptiwildlifetraveler

Wow.. very nice pictures. Have you ever been to pench national park? If not then must visit next time whenever you will come to india. It is also very good place to see Dhole. kabini and nagarhole national park which are in south india are also very good place to see dhole/wilddogs.

Cheers!!

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Big_Dog

Envy, envy and more envy. I haven't even been to India but lord I would love to see Dhole. Even more so than tiger.
Maybe this easter...

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madaboutcheetah

@@Big_Dog .......... Highly recommend Kabini in Karnataka for Dhole. Very reliable sightings there .......... I've seen them almost every time I've visited.

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Big_Dog

@@madaboutcheetah - Thanks! Unsure if I'll get too, but i'd definitley take onboard. Took a glance for your Indian trip reports, didn't know you were on indian nature watch? Browse it very often, what are you known as on there so I can recognise your shots? :)

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madaboutcheetah

I don't visit their site anymore, unfortunately.

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Tom Kellie

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~ @TonyQ:

 

That's exactly the type of wildlife image which I especially like.

It's the sense of seeing an animal in situ, within the environmental context where it evolved or adapted.

The soft luminosity and pastel tones offset the fiercer aspects of the dhole.

Superb photography!

Tom K.

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ellenhighwater

Man I love these guys. These were from Kanha back in 2006.

 

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Tom Kellie

Man I love these guys. These were from Kanha back in 2006.

 

~ @@ellenhighwater

 

Your dhole images show their expressive countenances.

Such beautiful photographs of a very special species.

Many thanks for posting them!

Tom K.

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michael-ibk

Tadoba, 03/2015

 

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Tom Kellie

~ @@michael-ibk

 

All are lovely, but that that last one knocks me over!

The dried, fallen leaves...the red earth track...the trees...their pose on the track...TERRIFIC!

The colors in this set are so attractive to me.

Thank you so much for sharing these on Safaritalk!

Tom K.

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SafariChick

@@michael-ibk in love with these dhole! Only hope we have similar luck when we are in Tadoba in December!

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Indian Wild Dog, Kabini

 

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Indian Wild Dog, Tadoba

 

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Tom Kellie
On 12/7/2016 at 3:05 AM, xnegvx said:

Indian Wild Dog, Tadoba

 

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~ @xnegvx

 

What an elongated body!

 

Your aesthetically pleasing dhole portrait is a lovely composition.

 

What a distinctive profile. 

 

Thank you for posting this.

 

Tom K.

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Overland Expeditions India

 

You took some amazing shots of Dhole. 

I really liked the first picture, family pic.. 

Next time you can try pench national park also for Dholes, Pench has very good density of them. 

Sharing some pictures which I have taken during my game drives in pench national park. 

 

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Game Warden

Great sightings.

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On 6/8/2017 at 4:46 PM, Tom Kellie said:

 

~ @xnegvx

 

What an elongated body!

 

Your aesthetically pleasing dhole portrait is a lovely composition.

 

What a distinctive profile. 

 

Thank you for posting this.

 

Tom K.

 

Thanks Tom. Glad that you liked the images. :-)

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Tom Kellie

~ @marcox

 

Thank you for posting the outstanding dhole portraits.

 

The color, details, and overall composition are inspiring.

 

I love seeing such fine wildlife photography from India.

 

Tom K.

 

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@marcox: Thank you for sharing Dholes form Kabini. Love the details in the portrait.

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More than anything else this is a peace offering on how appalling late my India TR is...but it's 50% written and will be up at some point I promise!

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