Though regular courses in wildlife photography are not offered widely in India, but aspirants willing to make a career in this field of photography can pursue any level programs in photography or pursue a Bachelors degree course in photojournalism. A large number of good institutes conduct part-time as well as full-time Degree/Diploma/Certificate courses.
They need to have sharp vision, manual dexterity, artistic ability, flexibility, perseverance, loads of patience, concentration, and self-discipline, budding wildlife photographers are advised to complete a photography course before plunging into this specialization.
Very few institutes in India offer specialized courses in wildlife photography. Young aspirants can take up courses in photography, which are offered by many eminent institutes in India. These are: National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad; Sir JJ School of Applied Arts, Mumbai; Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad; Xavier Institute of Communications, Mumbai; Ambitions 4 Photography Academy, Chennai; Academy of Photography, Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata; Fergusson College, Pune; College of Art, Delhi University, New Delhi; National Academy of Photography, Kolkata; Shari Academy of Photography and Digital Imaging, Mumbai; and Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts & Communication, New Delhi.