Dr Gobind Sagar Bhardwaj, a senior forest officer belonging to Indian Forest Service, having vast experience in natural resource conservation, especially in the field of wildlife management. Gobind Sagar Bhardwaj joined Indian Forest Service in 1994. As a manager of natural resources, he has served in various capacities in different forest divisions of Rajasthan, including managing one of the best tiger reserves of the country, Ranthambhore National Park. It is during his tenure in Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve he developed a deep passion for wildlife, especially the magnificent tiger. Based on his observations on tigers, he has authored a book on tigers, “Tracking Tigers in Ranthambhore”. He has authored many articles on birds, too. He has done his Ph.D. from the University of Rajasthan on the topic entitled “Plant Resource Utilization by the avian fauna in Sitamata Wildlife Sanctuary”. He is the recipient of the State Award in 1999 for outstanding services for the State of Rajasthan. The award was given for saving the life of villagers and a tiger that had strayed outside the forest into a village, during which he was badly mauled by the tiger. A keen wildlife photographer, traveler and write, Dr Bhardwaj has also served in Wildlife Institute of India as senior scientist supervising some research projects on endangered birds like Lesser Florican and Bengal Florican and also status survey of Avian fauna of trans-Himalayan region from 2008 to 2012. Currently he is serving as Chief Conservator of Forests, Wildlife, stationed at Jodhpur supervising the management of wildlife resources of the desert ecosystem of Rajasthan.