Rice stalks drying on farmland outside of Bardia
Rice stalks drying on farmland outside of Bardia
The leaves are food for buffalo. This is one day's supply.
The leaves are food for buffalo. This is one day's supply.
Harvest. Here the grain is separated from the stalk.
Harvest. Here the grain is separated from the stalk.
Many children in the village asked us for a photograph
Many children in the village asked us for a photograph
A stern look.
A stern look.
Headed for adventure
Headed for adventure
Spotted deer in Bardia National Park
Spotted deer in Bardia National Park
This spotted deer lived at the army camp and was very tame. We named him spot. But because he has a broken leg, we might as well have named him 'tiger food.'
This spotted deer lived at the army camp and was very tame. We named him spot. But because he has a broken leg, we might as well have named him 'tiger food.'
Tiger tracks in Bardia National Park
Tiger tracks in Bardia National Park
One Horned Rhino in Bardia National Park. We were able to approach this pair danger close. Most intimidated by wildlife to date.
One Horned Rhino in Bardia National Park. We were able to approach this pair danger close. Most intimidated by wildlife to date.
Juvenile One-Horned Rhino. (horn still growing)
Juvenile One-Horned Rhino. (horn still growing)
Our intrepid guide during our jungle walks
Our intrepid guide during our jungle walks
Mugger croc
Mugger croc
Asian elephant in Bardia National Park
Asian elephant in Bardia National Park
Rumor has it that this rhino killed a priest that was trying to bless it. The rhino went to jail for murder.
Rumor has it that this rhino killed a priest that was trying to bless it. The rhino went to jail for murder.
Rhesus Macaque crossing the river in Bardia National Park
Rhesus Macaque crossing the river in Bardia National Park
These working elephants help to clear the paths in Bardia. In the evening they carry their dinner home to the stables.
These working elephants help to clear the paths in Bardia. In the evening they carry their dinner home to the stables.
Holding hands
Holding hands
This little one is not yet old enough to accompany his family into the forest for work. No child labor!
This little one is not yet old enough to accompany his family into the forest for work. No child labor!