- Popular Article2019Leaves us speechlessThe Hindu. In school, 6th January.Download
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Jeganathan, P. (2019). Leaves us speechless. The Hindu. In school, 6th January.
- Popular Article2019பறவைப் பித்தர்கள் (Crazy birders of Tamil Nadu)The Hindu Tamil News Daily, Uyirmoochu Supplement. 16th March 2019.
Jeganathan, P. (2019). Paravaip Pithargal (on birders of Tamil Nadu). Link here.
- Popular Article2019கருவயிற்று ஆலாவின் வாழ்க்கை (Karuvayitru Alavin Vazkkai). (On Black-bellied tern and sand mining in Kaveri river)The Hindu Tamil News Daily, Uyirmoochu Supplement. 12th January 2019.
Jeganathan, P. (2019). Karuvayitru Alavin Vazkkai (On Black-bellied tern and sand mining in Kaveri river). The Hindu Tamil News Daily, Uyirmoochu Supplement. 12th January 2019.Link here.
- Popular Article2019பறவைகளை வடிக்கும் இயற்கை ஓவியர் (Interview with Sivakumar, An artist and birder from The Forest Way, Tiruvannamalai)The Hindu Magazine - Pongal Special issue– January 2019. Pp – 130-137
Jeganathan, P. (2019). Paravaigalai Vadikkum Iyarkai Oviyar (The Hindu link here).
- Popular Article2019Eight-eyed and everywhereThe Hindu Sunday Magazine, 23 February
Jostling for column space among reports of new snakes, reptiles and frogs discovered, are a particularly delightful and large group of spiders called jumping spiders. These little arachnids are known for their astonishing array of cognitive abilities and are considered model organisms to study behaviour, as well as answer theoretical questions about communication, foraging, courtship, mating and parental care.
- Journal Article2018eBird in Asia: standardised tools for birdwatchersBirdingASIA, 29:105-108
- Popular Article2018The case of the confusing Kanikonna treeThe Hindu, 26 June
- Popular Article2018I am a Scientist - InterviewiWonder Issue 5, Nov 2018
Featured in the magazine iWonder, a science magazine for (middle and high) school teachers.
- Popular Article2018Iyarkai Pathukappu sarntha padipugal (Academic Coursers related to Nature Conservation in India)The Hindu Tamil Year Book 2019. KLS Media Ltd. Chennai – 2. Pp. 287-297.
Jeganathan, P. (2018). Iyarkai Pathukappu sarntha padipugal (Coursers related to Nature Conservation in India).
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- Popular Article2018Spiders: The weavers and stalkers amongst usiWonder Issue 4, Jan 2018
A piece on spiders for iWonder, an Indian magazine for science middle school teachers. Fun and fascinating facts about spiders to talk and discuss about in the classroom. Lots of activities that teachers can do with students in and outside the class room.
- Popular Article2018Meet the world’s smallest wild catThe Hindu, In school, March 18 2018
A peek into the life of the rusty-spotted cat, an elusive feline found in the forests of India.
- Book Review2018Not just a waste – Book Review of ‘The Poop book’SAEVUS Magazine. December 2018. Pp 24-25.
Jeganathan, P. (2018). Not just a waste – Book Review of ‘The Poop book’. SAEVUS Magazine. December 2018. Pp 24-25.
- Book2018Off to see spiders!StoryWeaver by Pratham Books
Kaveri and Shivi go looking for spiders, along with their friend Shama. A story for young children commissioned and published by Pratham Books', StoryWeaver platform.
Guest editor: Bijal Vachharajani, Art: Pia Meenakshi
- Poster2018Birds Around Us
- Book Chapter2018Public Participation in Understanding BiodiversityPp 160-165 in Karnataka State Biodiversity Board, Souvenir 2003-2018
- Book2017Birds of Cauvery and MM Hills Wildlife Sanctuary (Kannada) - Pocket guideProduced under the Integrated Tiger Habitat Conservation Programme supported by IUCN and KfWDownload
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A pocket guide to common birds of Cauvery and MM hills Wildlife Sanctuaries in a handy, foldable format. Illustrations are available on 137 species, with winter migrants, marked separately. This pocket guide has 10 panels with bird illustrations laminated for protection and easy to use in the field. The pocket guide is in Kannada, with bird names listed in both Kannada and English.
Supporting conservation outreach in India, this guide has been produced as part of Integrated Tiger Habitat Conservation Programme supported by IUCN and KfW. These pocket guides are being distributed free of cost to schools, community members, social leaders and others in the project landscape.
- Popular Article2017Defenders of the moundThe Hindu in School, 22 March
- Popular Article2017Life of PineThe Hindu in School, 8 March
- Book2017Birds of Kanha national park - pocket guide
- Book2017Birds of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands: A pocket guide to 139 birds of the islands