In the Sundarbans there are three small cat species, Fishing cat, Jungle cat and Leopard cat, though they are more elusive than the big cat, the Royal Bengal Tigers. Their presence is mainly determined by their frequent foot-print. On the morning of 16 Jan 2017 a rare sighting of a leopard cat (Prionailurus Bengalensis) occurred next to Lawdobe forest office.
27th Jan, tourists on board Mawali encountered about a dozen sets of tiger foot print including few not older than an hour!
Bonbibi Puja was observed in Sundarbans North-East boundary villages, mainly Lawdobe and Ghagramari on 15 Jan
From Hiron Point to Harbaria the tourists on M.B Mawali has 6 crocodile sightings in 6 different locations on 3 Jan 2017
A flock of scarlet minivet was browsing on a Keora tree in the Sundarbans Mangrove forest. January 2017
A long walkway though a beautiful patch of mostly Keora forest was build in the Hiron Point wildlife Sanctuary recently