Prerna Singh Bindra is a leading wildlife conservationist and writer.
She has served on the National Board for Wildlife in its last term, and was also part of its core Standing Committee. She has also served on the State Board for Wildlife, Uttarakhand. Prerna’s key expertise is conservation policy, advocacy and communication. Her primary focus is protecting wildlife habitats and critically endangered species.
She has written over 1500 articles on nature and wildlife, and served as the editor of the journal TigerLink for a decade. She has authored The King and I: Travels in Tigerland and her anthology on contemporary wildlife writings Voices in the Wilderness was released in June 2010. Her book, published with Speaking Tiger, for children, When I grow up I want to be a tiger, is due for release in end January. She is currently working on a book on India’s wildlife crisis to be released this year.
She lives in Gurgaon but her heart, she says, resides in the forest.