An ongoing series of pocket-sized publications to get children interested in the common species of flora and fauna they see in and around Delhi. The information was designed to make the publication engaging for young children and to familiarize them with the species and raise awareness of the challenges that pollution and climate change pose to their survival. This project was done with the education division at WWF-India.
CONCEPT: WWF-INDIA EDUCATION DIVISION
RESEARCH AND CONTENT : Chetna Singh Kaith, Abhishek Gulshan, Kaustubh Srikanth (WWF-INDIA)
specific PROJECT ADVISORS: Dr. Surya Prakash (JNU), Pradip Krishen
2016 - 2018
BIRDS OF DELHI
An easy guide to help identify the common birds one sees around Delhi and mobile enough to be carried along on nature trails. There are dedicated activity spaces that invite the child to participate in the dialogue.
Others I have worked on in the same series are on snakes, butterflies, lizards and native species of trees.