Nirmalya Chakraborty is a passionate nature lover and a wildlife explorer. He has traveled to various global pristine habitats and have documented unknown animal behavior and key issues of conservation through strong storytelling and photojournalism. He has traveled to the Yellowstone to photograph wolves behavior, tracked the rare Hawaiian goose in the volcanic islands of Hawaii, embarked upon an grand expedition up to the Alaskan Arctic and studied impacts of climatic change on the last remaining Beaufort Sea population of polar bears. His oceanic quests has been on the migratory humpback whales in the North Atlantic Ocean. He is currently researching on migration of elephants and tigers in deep 'dark' woodlands of India. He is the editor of Jungle Rhythms magazine which is committed to providing wildlife conservation awareness to the civilians who are unaware of the degradation in the wild. His photographs has won various international awards as National Geographic etc.