Mehjabeen is an ecologist and writer who lives in Lahore.She holds a PhD in Social Ecology.
An unexpected visit turned out to be one of the most curious encounters with Pakistan’s wild animals
The notion of “now-here” and the signs of an inspiring natural world
Celebrating a new decade with pearls of wisdom by the legendary Sàlim Ali
The writer runs into a neighbour and his young Budha tree, but then something hilarious happens...
Three varieties of doves and their feeding, cooing, and courting
A fictional defence of some riveting botanical misdemeanours in an imaginary court
Patchwork and her merry band of feral cats
The Punjabi month in which we ‘try to do good deeds and not blame anyone else’
The rare bird reminds us of the majesty of quiet wisdom in a noisy world
Lessons on climate change to be learnt from gazing at the beautiful instrument of precision