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09

Jan

Photo of the day: What’s more fun than watching pigeons? Playing with themChildren feed and play with a massive flock of pigeons on Jan. 9 in Durbar Square in Kathmandu, Nepal. Home to the palaces of Malla and Shah kings who once ruled over the city, Durbar Square is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site.

Photo of the day: What’s more fun than watching pigeons? Playing with them
Children feed and play with a massive flock of pigeons on Jan. 9 in Durbar Square in Kathmandu, Nepal. Home to the palaces of Malla and Shah kings who once ruled over the city, Durbar Square is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site.

13

Nov

Photo of the day: Nepalese police dogs blessed during Tihar FestivalVermilion pigment is seen smeared on the heads of Nepalese police dogs wearing marigold garlands on Nov. 13 during the local Tihar festival in Kathmandu. Tihar is the Nepalese equivalent of Diwali, which is an important 5-day festival celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Buddhists, Sikhs and Arya Samajists.

Photo of the day: Nepalese police dogs blessed during Tihar Festival
Vermilion pigment is seen smeared on the heads of Nepalese police dogs wearing marigold garlands on Nov. 13 during the local Tihar festival in Kathmandu. Tihar is the Nepalese equivalent of Diwali, which is an important 5-day festival celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Buddhists, Sikhs and Arya Samajists.

12

Sep

Photo of the day: Pigeons flock to Nepalese child for foodA toddler hands out scraps of food to a large flock of pigeons on Sept. 6 while sitting on the pavement of Durbar Square in Kathmandu, Nepal. Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the famous square was built nearly one thousand years ago as a plaza for the city’s old royal palace.

Photo of the day: Pigeons flock to Nepalese child for food
A toddler hands out scraps of food to a large flock of pigeons on Sept. 6 while sitting on the pavement of Durbar Square in Kathmandu, Nepal. Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the famous square was built nearly one thousand years ago as a plaza for the city’s old royal palace.

01

Aug

Tiger numbers on the rise in NepalCamera traps took about 300 photographs of tigers in the park in 2011, from which 37 individuals were identified by their unique pattern of stripes.

Tiger numbers on the rise in Nepal
Camera traps took about 300 photographs of tigers in the park in 2011, from which 37 individuals were identified by their unique pattern of stripes.