Neha Sinha is a Conservation Biologist and a reputed author and columnist. Her critically acclaimed first book, Wild and Wilful (HarperCollins India, 2021) tells the story of 15 of India’s iconic wild species, including tigers, elephants, Ganges river dolphin, Fluffy tit butterflies, Amur falcons and more. She heads Conservation and Policy at the Bombay Natural History Society. She has also served as a member of various environmental committees, including Central Zoo Authority’s Expert Committee on Research and Publications, and Delhi government’s committee on Najafgarh wetland. Neha writes for The Hindustan Times, The Hindu, BloombergQuint, and Economic and Political Weekly. She studied Biodiversity Conservation at Oxford University and is a winner of the INLAKS scholarship and the Sanctuary Asia Earth Hero award.