International Wildlife Correspondants

Nature Walks species gallery
 Click the image below to see Faysal's wildlife of Bangladesh  
Zoologist Faysal Ahmad Peash
You can view his fantastic articles published in the International Reptile Conservation   Foundation here:
  1. Eastern Cat Snake "Boiga gokool"
  2.  Emma Gray's forest lizard "Calotes emma"
  3. Spot tailed pit viper "Trimeresurus erythrurus"
  4. Annandale's pigmy tree frog "Chiromantis simus"
  5. Indian Pitta "Pitta brachyura"
  6. Green-billed Malkoha "Phaenicophaeus tristis"
 Click the image below to see Pungky's wildlife of Indonesia  
Naturalist Pungky Nanda Pratama
Pungky is from Indonesia and has loved nature since childhood. He currently holds a bachelor's degree in Aquaculture at Diponegoro University, Indonesia. Pungky writes; "I really enjoy my life now as a nature and wildlife volunteer and wildlife photographer. I also do some activities in small reasearch in the conservation project surrounding Indonesia, which are my favourite activities. I have been involved with a Sea Turtle Conservation Project, Mangrove Conservation Project and Animals Protection since I was a student. I even worked with The Centre for Orangutan Protection in early 2015 in East Borneo and made a new rehabilitation centre. The small amount of researching I've done have been the best experiences I’ve ever had".
  1. Giant Firefly Larva (Lamprigera spp.)
  2. Javan Humphead Lizard (Gonocephalus chamaeleontinus)
  3. Geosesarma -Fresh Water Terrestrial Land Crabs
  4. Papilio demoleus Butterfly
  5. Amorphophallus muelleri
  6. Javan Lutung (Trachypithecus auratus)
  7. Javan Flying Lizard (Draco volans)
  8. Medinilla speciosa
  9. Black-rayed Softshell Turtle (Amyda cartilaginea)
  10. Red Tail Pipe Snake (Cylindrophis ruffus)
  11.  Cymbidium aloifolium