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Thanks to the efforts of WWF and Project Tiger, it is estimated that the Indian sub-continent is now home to around 1/3 of the world's Tiger population. Kanha National park in Madhya Pradesh, India is one of several parks that has a very significant Tiger population density and unique biodiversity and is known to be one of the better places for wildlife photography.

During our trip, we had the opportunity to see several of these big cats along with a plethora of other avians and mammals, including Eggrets, Hawks, Eagles, Kingfishers, Indian Roller, Grey Langur, Elephants, Spotted Deer, Indian Wild Dogs, Indian Jackals, and the endangered Barasingha (Hard ground swamp deer).

This album has a few snaps from my winter trip. Most were shot with Canon EF 300mm F4 L IS USM, EF 70-200mm F2.8 L IS USM & EF-S 10-22mm F3.5-4.5 USM on Canon EOS 40D & EOS 350D (aka Digital Rebel XT). There are also a few in here that my dad took on a Canon G9.

This was my first extended lens shoot-out with the Canon EF 300mm F4 L IS USM and I got to say, the results are just spectacular - super sharp - no buyers remorse here.

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