Dr Bubesh Guptha specializes in researching biodiversity, birds, mammals, butterflies and reptiles.
As Senior Wildlife Biologist at Pitchandikulam, he has undertaken surveys and studies of the nearby Kazhuveli tank, a significant sanctuary for migrant birds and bio diversity, and has even been credited with discovering a new form of snake in the Seshachalam forest range.
He recently received the BioDiversity Award from the Government of Andra Pradhesh in recognition of his work in identifying a new species of snake in India.
He has several peer-reviewed journal publications to his credit, and the following books are widely available from specialist wildlife publishers:
Before joining Pitchandikulam, he worked at:
He has a BSc in Botany, Zoology and Chemistry and an MSc in Wildlife Biology from Bharathidarsan University, Tamil Nadu, and a PhD in Ornithology from Sri Venkadeswara University, Andhra Pradesh.