Whether it is spotting Mynas on Sunday picnics in Lodhi Garden, the sound of Koyal bringing in the morning, or the tales of pet-lions let loose in the 1960's Nizamuddin, memories of Delhi are full of human-animal interactions. As this gallery makes evident, animals share our living, working, and leisure spaces, changing them in some respects while also being changed by them. Selective care and breeding have led to the thriving of some species, whilst the others disappear. The social ecologies of the human world have also fostered interesting practices in animal care. The Bird hospital in Old Delhi, biggest in the city, caters only to “vegetarian” birds, excluding in process the Vultures, the Pariahs, and the Eagles, all already threatened by the rapid urbanisation. Future changes will continue to reshape human-nonhuman relationships, these photographs offer some insight into this ongoing process.