Elusive Animals of India in Supreet Sahoo’s Wildlife Photography

Supreet Sahoo is a photographer and avid bird watcher from India living in the United States. He started visiting Indian forests as a kid and preferred spending time in the woods. In the last few years, Sahoo’s been working with naturalists and guides in Central and South American rain forests to establish a network that helps him and his guests get special access to tropical wildlife. India is Sahoo’s motherland and once every year he visits this diverse and beautiful country to photograph the amazing wildlife it holds in all corners. “From the mountain ranges in the North to the Nilgiri ranges in the south, from the arid Rann of Kutch in the west to the hilly trails in the east, India is one country that never disappoints a wildlife lover due to its rich fauna.” Enjoy the view in our gallery below and for more information and art you can follow Supreet Sahoo on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.


Sri Lanka Frogmouth

Asian-Fairy Bluebird

Group Of Flamingos – Flamboyance

Black-Necked Crane

Citrine Wagtail


Desert Fox

Blue-Throated Blue Flycatcher

Indian Peafowl

Yellow Bulbul

Melanistic Leopard

Malabar Trogon

Blue-Tailed Bee-Eater

Indian Wildness

Indian Nightjar

Spotted Owlet

Indian Leopard


Malabar Grey Hornbill


Pallid Harrier

Black Francolin

Gray Langur

Paddyfield Pipit


Blue Bulls

Indian Roller

Lesser Flamingo

White-Bellied Treepie

Indian Eagle Owl

Indian Pitta

Little Spiderhunter

Orange-Headed Thrush

Short-Eared Owl

Blyth’s Starling

Oriental White-Eye

Indian Peafowl (National Bird Of India)

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