“Bajirao” – New Hunk of Teliya


“Bajirao” – New Hunk of Teliya. As per Guide, Wagdoh male shifted his territory to Buffer area and Bajirao is claiming for his territory in Teliya from past few months. We had a sighting at Tyre Road near Pandhra Pani area. Bajirao is a shy male and not very used to with Tourist Vehicles. He came from nearby sitarampeth area. He is really massive male and future attraction of Tadoba. Looking forward to hear more about Bajirao.

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Any suggestion/corrections accepted in Regards to above info.

Location: Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve ll Maharashtra ll India ll 30-Oct-14 ll 15:24


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Roflcopters 2014-11-05T17:06:22+0000

huge male, we're going to be seeing him a lot now.. TFS

Hemant Masurkar

Hemant Masurkar 2014-11-06T14:14:45+0000

Yes, looking forward with more images of Bajirao.


Sanjay Ojha

Sanjay Ojha 2014-11-04T22:12:43+0000

I must praise for this information about this new male. It will be more interesting to see how the Waghdoh tackle him. In 4 hear, he is really Impressive tiger.
Which one is larger ? Waghdoh or Bajirao ?

Hemant Masurkar

Hemant Masurkar 2014-11-05T14:09:30+0000

Thanks Sanjay...Certainly Wagdoh is Larger and Massive Male but Bajirao is a young male who is ready to show his power. There is no news about their territorial fight. Wagdoh shifted his territory to Buffer and he almost ruling the Buffer area.




Model Canon EOS 5D Mark III

Lens Canon EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM

Focal Length 400mm

Shutter Speed 1/400

Aperture F5.6

ISO 2500

Taken At Thu, Oct 30, 2014 10:24 PM

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