Within an hour or two many more gypsys gathered at the point waiting for the thrilling action to begin. The tigress,o n the other hand, had frozen into one position without any movement but since the distance between her and the sambhar was a great, she stalked the sambhar for 2 hours and then walked away. Her stomach was left empty, and so was my SD card! Although I took a lot of shots, what I wanted was a "Hunting shot". This year in May, I visited Corbett again and on my fifth day of the safari, I got a chance to see another tigress, again in a hunting position .This time I was sure of my luck and started photographing the tigress. This was Paarwali Tigress a.k.a. Nashili, who had graced a huge number of tourists with incredible sightings throughout the months of April, May and June. She had her eyes on a herd of deer who were grazing nearby.
Stalking the deer.