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Exploring the beauty of wildlife sanctuaries in India has its own appeal. Whether the beasts or other beings of the jungles, watching them at their natural habitats has always been a delightful as well as speculating experience. Wildlife sanctuaries in India have been extremely successful in conserving the wildlife of India. They are the ideal place to witness the imposing beauty of the forests and their endless range of wildlife. India has an amazingly wide variety of animals native to the country. It is home to Bengal Tigers,Indian Lions, Deer, Pythons, Wolves, Foxes, Bears, Crocodiles, Wild Dogs, Monkeys, Snakes, Antelope Species, varieties of Bison and the Asian elephant. The region's rich and diverse wildlife is preserved in 120+ national parks, 18 Bio-reserves and 500+ wildlife sanctuaries across the country. India has some of the most bio diverse regions of the world and hosts three of the world’s 35 biodiversity hotspots – or treasure-houses – that is the Western Ghats, the Eastern Himalayas and Indo-Burma.Since India is home to a number of rare and threatened animal species, wildlife management in the country is essential to preserve these species.India is one of the seventeen mega diverse countries. According to one study, India along with other 16 mega diverse countries is home to about 60-70% of the world's biodiversity. India, lying within the Indomalaya ecozone, is home to about 7.6% of all mammalian, 12.6% of avian, 6.2% of reptilian. Many Indian species are descendants of taxa originating in Gondwana, to which India originally belonged. India's subsequentmovement towards, and collision with, the Laurasian landmass set off a mass exchange of species. However, volcanism and climatic change 20 million years ago caused the extinction of many endemic Indian forms. Soon thereafter, mammals entered India from Asia through twozoogeographical passes on either side of the emerging Himalaya. As a result, among Indian species, only 12.6% of mammals and 4.5% of birds are endemic, contrasting with 45.8% of reptiles and 55.8% of amphibians. Notable endemics are the Nilgiri leaf monkey and the brown and carmine Beddome's toad of the Western Ghats. India contains 172, or 2.9%, of IUCN-designated threatened species. These include the Asian elephant, the Asiatic lion, the Bengal tiger, the Indian rhinoceros, the mugger crocodile, and the Indian white-rumped vulture, which suffered a near-extinction from ingesting the carrion of diclofenac-treated cattle. In recent decades, human encroachment has posed a threat to India's wildlife; in response, the system of national parks and protected areas, first established in 1935, was substantially expanded. In 1972, India enacted the Wildlife Protection Act and Project Tiger to safeguard crucial habitat; further federal protections were promulgated in the 1980s. Along with over 515 wildlife sanctuaries, India now hosts 18 biosphere reserves, 9 of which are part of the World Network of Biosphere Reserves; 26 wetlands are registered under the Ramsar Convention. The varied and rich wildlife of India has had a profound impact on the region's popular culture. The common name for wilderness in India isjungle, which was adopted into the English language. The word has been also made famous in The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling. India's wildlife has been the subject of numerous other tales and fables such as the Panchatantra. India is most popularly known for its Tigers. Wildlife of India is for nature lovers. India also has 23 tiger reserves established by the Government of India in an attempt to conserve this vital resource. In India one can find almost 350 mammal species, bird’s species nearly 2200 forms and more than 32,000 species of insects. Numerous species of fish, amphibians and reptiles are also found in different parts of India. India is a perfect place for wildlife enthusiast who wants to see wild animals in their natural habitat.

Some of the famous National Parks & Wildlife Sanctuaries of India are listed

Bandhavgarh National Park–

Location of Bandhavgarh :Umaria District, Madhya Pradesh
Nearest Access to Bandhavgarh :Umaria (34-kms)
Coverage Area of Bandhavgarh :450-sq-kms
Climate of Bandhavgarh :Winter : varies between0°C and 20°C, Summer: 36°C - 46°C
Major Wildlife Attraction in Bandhavgarh :Tiger, Leopard, Sloth Bear , Chital,Sambhar , Nilgai, Chausingha, Dhole, Jackal, Indian Fox,Striped Hyena, Wild Boar
Best Time to Visit Bandhavgarh :Mid November to June

Bandhavgarh National Park, the most popular national parks in India is located in the Vindhya Hills of the Umaria district in Madhya Pradesh. Declared as a national park in 1968 the Bandhavgarh National Park is spread across the area of 105 km². The name Bandhavgarh has been derived from the most prominent hillock of the area of Umaria. The area of Bandhavgarh is being flourished with a large biodiversity, the place which is also being famed to grip highest density of tiger population in India. Similarly, the park also beholds the largest breeding population of leopards and various species of deer. Over the years, the park has shown a great number of increases in the count of the tiger species and this is the reason why tiger tours is so famed to attract large amount of tourists at its vicinity. The park has been divided into three major zones named as Tala, Magdi and Bamera out of which the Tala zone attracts major number of tourists by offering the tiger sighting opportunities. The park authorities are also focusing on the Magdi Zone by providing more opportunity to spot tigers. Elephant shows are also organized in Magdi zone of the Bandhavgarh national park to increase the chances of spotting the elusive king of the jungle. Bandhavgarh National Park consists of mixed vegetations ranging from tall grasslands to thick Sal forest and so is the perfect habitat of variety of animals and birds. Due to varied topography, the Bandhavgarh national park provides ample opportunity to spot the majestic Indian tiger and some rarely seen animals like leopard and sloth bear. Due to high wildlife sighting it is becoming popular amongst tourists visiting India.

Kanha –

Location of Kanha :Mandla & Balaghat Districts, Madhya Pradesh
Nearest Access to Kanha :Mandla * Balaghat
Coverage Area of Kanha :1,940-sq-kms.
Climate of Kanha :Winter : varies between11°C and 24°C, Summer: 23°C - 40°C
Major Wildlife Attraction in Kanha :Tigers, Leopard, Gaur, Barasingha, Dhole
Best Time to Visit Kanha :November 15 to June 15.

Situated in the Indian State of Madhya Pradesh, the picturesque Kanha National Park was the inspiration behind Rudyard Kipling’s unforgettable classic Jungle Book. The romance of the Kanha National Park has not reduced over time as it is still beautiful. If one has to point to the middle of India, chance are he will pick out the forests of the Banjar and the Halon Valley, the two forming the western and the eastern halves of the Kanha Tiger Reserve, which have been famous for their wide diversity of wildlife. The Park was created in 1955 by a special law and, since then, it has dedicated itself in preserving a variety of animal species. Many endangered species have indeed been saved here. Today Kanha is among the few most scenic and beautiful wildlife reserves in Asia. This Tiger Country is the ideal home for both predator and prey. Located in the Mandla district of Madhya Pradesh, Kanha National Park cum Tiger reserve extends over an area of over, 1940 sq-kms. The major feature of this regions interesting topography is the horseshoe shape valley and the whole park area is surrounded by the spurs of the Mekal. The Surpan River meanders through Kanha’s central Maidans, grasslands that cover the extensive plateau. Step rocky escarpments along the edge offer breath taking views of the Valley. The main wildlife attractions in the park are Tigers, Leopords, Bison, Gaur, Sambhar, Chital, Barasingha, Barking Deer, Black Buck, Chousingha, Nilgai, Mouse, Deer, Sloth Bear, Jackal, Fox, Porcupine, Hyena, Jungle Cat, Python, Pea Fowl, Hare, Monkey, Mongoose, The bird species in the park includes Stroks, Teals, Pintails, Pond Herons, Egrets, Peacock, Pea Fowl, Jungle Fowl, Spur Fowl, Partridges, Quails, Ring Doves, Spotted Parakeets, Green Pigeons, Rock Pigeons, Cuckoos, Papihas, Rollers, Bee-Eaters, Hoopes, Drongos, Warblers, Kingfishers, Woodpeckers, Finches, Orioles, Owls and Fly Catchers.

Pench National Park :

Location of Kanha :Mandla & Balaghat Districts, Madhya Pradesh
Nearest Access to Kanha :Mandla * Balaghat
Coverage Area of Kanha :1,940-sq-kms.
Climate of Kanha :Winter : varies between11°C and 24°C, Summer: 23°C - 40°C
Major Wildlife Attraction in Kanha :Tigers, Leopard, Gaur, Barasingha, Dhole
Best Time to Visit Kanha :November 15 to June 15.

Pench National park, nestling in the lower southern reaches of the satpuda hills is named after Pench river, meandering through the park from north to south. It is located on the southern boundary of Madhya Pradesh, bordering Maharashtra, in the districts of Seoni and Chhindwara.Pench National Park, comprising of 758 SQ Kms, out of which a core area of 299 sq km of Indira Priyadarshini Pench National Park and the Mowgli Pench Sanctuary and remaining 464 sq km of Pench national park is the buffer area. The area of the present tiger reserve has a glorious history. A description of its natural wealth and richness occurs in Ain-i-Akbari. Pench Tiger Reserve and its neighbourhood is the original setting of Rudyard Kipling's most famous work, The Jungle Book. The undulating topography supports a mosaic of vegetation ranging from moist, sheltered valleys to open, dry deciduous forest. Over 1200 species of plants have been recorded from the area including several rare and endangered plants as well as plants of ethno-botanical importance. The area has always been rich in wildlife. It is dominated by fairly open canopy, mixed forests with considerable shrub cover and open grassy patches. The high habitat heterogeneity favours high population of Chital and Sambar. Pench tiger reserve has highest density of herbivores in India (90.3 animals per sq km).

Tadoba National Park–

Location of Tadoba :Chandrapur, Nagpur Districts, Maharashtra
Nearest Access to Tadoba :Nagpur
Coverage Area of Kanha :630-sq-kms.
Climate of Kanha :Winter : varies between 12°C and 26°C, Summer: 20°C - 42°C
Major Wildlife Attraction in Tadoba :Tigers, Leopard, Gaur, Wild Boar, Sloth Bear, deer
Best Time to Visit tadoba :November 10 to May 15.

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is one of the finest & largest National Parks in Maharashtra. It is one of India’s 47 project tiger reserves existing in India. It lies in Chandrapur district of Maharashtra state. This beautiful wild paradise is situated 45 km close to Chandrapur District of central Indian State Maharashtra, and is about 150 km from Nagpur city which is the nearest airport for visiting Tadoba national park. Its name 'Tadoba' is derived from the name of God "Tadoba" or "Taru" which is praised by local tribal people, whereas "Andhari" is derived from name of Andhari river. It is believed that Taru was the village chief who was killed in a fierce encounter with Tiger and thus a shrine was made in remembrance of God Taru. This region was predominantly ruled by Gond tribes which had their own Kingdom in large area of Central India. Their descendants still can be seen in local villages. Tadoba national park is open for visitors from 15-Oct to 30-June every season. Despite of this, limited safari is possible from 01-Oct on current booking basis. Tadoba national park remains Full-day closed for visitors on every Tuesday. Unlike Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Pench national parks, here safari charges are same for Indian and foreigner visitors. Online safari booking is available for tourists. For traveling from Nagpur to Tadoba national park, we offer Tadoba Car Rental service with luxury cabs to undertake tours. Vegetation of Tadoba forest is of Southern tropical dry deciduous type which is spread on around 626 sq. km. Teak is the prominent tree species in Tadoba forest. There are few lakes in Tadoba forest area which ensures rich in water resources for the park and nestles rich aquatic life. Among them Irai lake is one well known for tourists. It remains filled with water throughout the year, even in extreme summers. These lakes are also the prime residential places for marsh crocodiles. Major part of this forest is thrived in hilly area, it covers the Chimur Hills, and Andhari sanctuary covers Moharali & Kolsa ranges, so many hillocks, terrains provide shelter to wild animals, since it is considered that this park has a great accessibility & sighting of many wild beasts, wild-lovers from many parts of the country & world arrives here. Being popular gradually for its dense forest area, smooth meadows and deep valleys and moreover to all is the good sight-seeing of tiger despite being low numbers, the park has a great potential & atmosphere to stabilize more numbers of tigers with extending park area.

Ranthambore National Park–

Location of Ranthambore :Near Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan.
Nearest Access to Ranthambore :Near Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan.
Coverage Area of Ranthambore :392-sq-kms.
Climate of Ranthambore :
Major Wildlife Attraction in Ranthambore :Tiger, Leopard, Sloth Bear, Crocodile, Sambhar , Chital
Best Time to Visit Ranthambore :October 1st to June 30th .

Ranthambore National Park is one of the biggest and most renowned National Park in Northern India. This park is located in the Swai Madhopur district of Southern Rajasthan, which is about 130 kms from Jaipur. Being considered as one of the famous and former hunting founds of the Maharaja of Jaipur, today Ranthambore National Park terrain is major wildlife tourist attraction spot that has pulled the attention of many wildlife photographers and lovers in this destination. Ranthambore National Park is spread over an area of 392 sq. kms along with its nearby sanctuaries like the Mansingh Sanctuary and the Kaila Devi Sanctuary. The park is majorly famous for its tigers and is one of the best locations in India to see the majestic predators in its natural habitat. The tigers can be easily spotted even during the day time busy with their ordinary quest – hunting and taking proper care of their young ones. Ranthambore is also counted as the famous heritage site because of the pictorial ruins that dot the wildlife park, a visit to Ranthambore National Park is a treat for every wildlife and nature lover. The time spend on watching tigers roaming around, verdant greenery, a gamut of other species of chirpy birds and animals is priceless and worth enough to be explored at least once in a life. Ranthambore National Park contains a huge variety of animals, birds and reptiles within it. The population consists of. Animals – Tigers, Leopords, Striped Hyenas, Sambar Deer, Chital, Nilgai, Common or Hanuman Langurs, Macaques, Jackals, Jungle Cats, Caracals, Sloth Bears, Black bucks, Rufoustailed, Here, Indian Wild Boar, Chinkara, Common, Palm Civets or Toddy Cat, Common Yellow Bats, Desert Cats, Five striped Palm Squirels, Indian False Vampires, Indian Flying Foxes, Indian Foxes and Common Mongoose. The Amphibian species only consist of the common Indian Toad & common Frog. The Park is most famous for its diurnal tigers. The park also has a large number of marsh Crocodiles, Desers Monitor Lizards, Tortoise, Banded Kraits, Cobras, Common Kraits, Ganga Soft Shelled Turtles, Indian Pythons, North Indian Flap Shelled Turtles, Rat Snakes, Russel’s Viper and Indian Chamaeleon.

Gir National Park – The Majestic Home of Royal King–

Location of Gir :Gir, 42-kms From Junagadh, Gujarat
Nearest Access to Gir :Junagadh (42-kms)
Coverage Area of Gir :1412.13-sq-kms.
Climate of Gir :Winter : varies between7°C and 15°C, Summer: 33°C - 45°C
Major Wildlife Attraction in Gir :Asiatic Lions, Leopards,Sambhar , Chital, Nilgai, Chowsingha
Best Time to Visit Gir :November to June.

Gir National Park in Gujarat is the only place in the world after Africa where you can spot lions roaming free in the wild. The home of Majestic King of Jungle is situated approximately 65 Kms South East of Junagarh District in the western state of Gujarat india. The Government notified the large geographical extent of Sasan Gir as wildlife sanctuary on 18th September, 1965 in order to conserve the Asiatic Lion. It covers total area of 1412 square kms of which 258 Kms forms the core area of the National Park. Indiscriminate hunting by the people of Junagarh led to their decrease in population drastically, while they were completely wiped out from the other parts of Asia. It was the kind effort of Nawabs of Junagarh who protected the queen royalty in his own private hunting grounds. Later in due course of time Department of Forest Officials came forward to protect the world’s most threatened species. From a population of approximately 20 lions in 1913, they have risen to a comfortable 523 according to 2015 census. There are 106 male, 201 female and 213 sub-adult lions in the wilderness of these four districts. The entire forest area of the Gir National Park is dry and deciduous which provides best habitat for Asiatic Lions. As per the new statics of 2015, the entire Saurashtra Region is inhabited by 523 Lions and more than 300 Leopards. Apart from these two animals the park is a home to two different species of Deer. The Sambar is counted largest Indian Deer. The Gir forest is also known for the Chowsingha – the world’s only four horned antelope. The Jackal, striped Hyena and Indian Fox are some of the smaller carnivores found in Gir Forest.The exotic flora of Gir National Park gives shelter to more than 200 species of birds and moreover the sanctuary has been declared an important bird area by the Indian Bird Conservation Network. Gir is also habitat of raptors like critically endangered white-backed and long-billed vultures. Gir is blessed with more than 40 species of reptiles and amphibians. Kamleshwar – a large reservoir in the sanctuary is the best spot where Marsh Crocodile can be seen in large numbers. Park has even many species of snake including King Cobra, the Russell’s viper, Saw-scaled viper and the Krait. Gir Interpretation Zone, Devaliya: Devaliya Safari Park is enclosed area of the Sanctuary that offers a good opportunity for visitors to experience a rustic beauty and wilderness of the area. The safari tour is conducted in a mini bus that takes visitors to another cross section of the Gir. Travellers can watch here a good variety of wildlife in just 20 to 30 minutes tour including Asiatic Lion.

Jim Corbett National Park –

Location of Corbett :Uttaranchal
Nearest Access to Corbett :Ramnagar
Coverage Area of Corbett :1,200-sq-kms.
Climate of Corbett :Winter : varies between4°C and 25°C, Summer: 19°C - 46°C
Major Wildlife Attraction in Corbett :Tigers, Leopards, Crocodiles
Best Time to Visit Gir :November 15 to June 15.

Jim Corbett National Park, which is a part of the larger Corbett Tiger Reserve, a Project Tiger Reserve lies in the Nainital District of Uttarakhand. The magical landscape of the Corbett is well known and fabled for its tiger richness. Established in the year 1936 as Hailey National Park, Corbett has the glory of being India’s oldest and most prestigious National Park. It is also being honoured as the place where Project Tiger was first launched in 1973. This unique Tiger territory is best known as the father who gave birth of the Project Tiger in India to protect the most endangered species and the Royal of India called Tigers. Nestling in the foothills of the Himalayas, the Corbett National Park extends over an area of 1318 sq. kms. Varied topography and vegetation gives Corbett a rich diversity in habitats and natural beauty. It was the first national Park to be established in India in the year 1936 and it was here that the prestigious “Project Tiger” was launched in 1973. Corbett is avians paradise with around 600 species being recorded here and has numerous other mammalian species. Besides Tiger, Leopard one can also see Jungle cat, Leopard cat, Himalayan black bear, Sloth bear. Four species of deer- Hog deer,Sambhar , Chital and barking deer are found here. These herbivores can be seen in vast numbers in the chauds (vast grasslands with very high elephant grass). One can also see big herds of Indian elephants in these grasslands specially in summer. The Ramganga river flows through the park and a manmade reservoir serves as the feeding ground for large number of birds. One can also see the Indian Marsh Crocodile along with the long snouted fish eating Gharials. Another species quite common in this area is the Common Indian Otter. Sal is the dominant tree species in Corbett with Jamun, Shisham, Khair, Mahua, Flame of the forest (Palash), Silk Cotton tree (Simal) etc. being the other tree species.

Kaziranga National Park –

Location of Kaziranga :Bokaghat (23-kms), Assam.
Nearest Access to Kaziranga :Jorhat (2 hrs)
Coverage Area of Kaziranga :430-sq-kms.
Climate of Kaziranga :Winter : varies between5°C and 25°C, Summer: 7°C - 37°C
Major Wildlife Attraction in Kaziranga :One Horned Rhinoceros, the Asiatic Elephant, the Asiatic Wild Buffalo, and the Royal Bengal Tiger.
Best Time to Visit Kaziranga :November to April.

Kaziranga National Park a world heritage site, the park hosts two-third of world’s great one-horned Rhinoceros. Kaziranga also boasts the highest density of tigers among the protected areas in the world and was declared a Tiger Reserve in 2006. Though siting of Tigers is difficult because of the tall grasses that provide excellent camouflage, their presence can be felt everywhere by way of pug marks, kills & territorial markings. The park is home to large breeding populations of elephants, wild water buffalo and swamp deer.Kaziranga National Park lies in the flood plains of the Brahmaputra River, and is flat country with elephant grass and shallow swamps interspersed with large patches of semi-evergreen forest. It is bounded by the Mikir Hills on the South and the Mighty Brahmaputra river on the north The park is approximately 40 kms(25 miles) in length from east to west, and 13 kms 98 miles)in breadth from North to South. Kaziranga covers an area of 378 sq.kms (146 sq.miles) with approximately 51.14 sq.kms (20 sq.kms) lost to erosion in recent years. A total addition of 429 sq.kms ( 166 sq.miles) alomg the present boundary of the park has been made and designated with separate national park status to provide extended habitat for increasing the population of wildlife or, as a corridor for safe movement of animals to Karbi Anglong hills. Elevation ranges from 40 mts (131 ft) to 80 mts ( 262 fts). The park area is circumscribed by the Bharamputra River, which forms the northern and eastern boundaries, and the Mora Diphlu, which forms the Southern boundary. Other notable rivers within the park are the Diphlu and Mora Dhansiri. Kaziranga has flat expanses of fertile, alluvial soil formed by erosion and slit deposition by the Brahamputra. The landscapes consists of exposed sandbars, riverine flood-formed lakes known as, beels and elevated regions known as chapories, which provide retreats and shelter for animals during floods. Many artificial chapories have been built with the help of the Indian Army to ensure the safety of the animals. Kaziranga is one of the largest tracts of protected land in the sub-Himalayan belt, and due to the presence of highly diverse and visible species, has been described as a biodiversity hotspot. Welcome to the land of Rhinoceros Unicorns. The great Indian one-horned rhino, more than two tons of frightening muscle and tank-like belligerence. With its armour-plating hide and its 24” long horn- which really isn’t a horn, but compressed hair- is the major attraction of Kaziranga. Kaziranga is also one of the world's biggest conservation success stories - from 12 rhinos in 1908 to 1,700. This has put Kaziranga on the top of the world conservation map. Apart from being the home of the one-horned rhino, Kaziranga is also the natural habitat of wild buffaloes, Asiatic Elephant, Indian Bison, wild boars, barasingha (Eastern swamp deer), leopards, tigers, Jackal, hoollock gibbons, capped langur, rock python, and monitor lizards. Although tigers inhabit this park, it is quite difficult to sight one. Kaziranga National Park has more than 483 species of the birds. 18 of them are globally threatened species. Because of the varied habitat types that the Park comprises off as also of the strict protection accorded to them, birding is very special in Kaziranga. The Eastern range is very special for water birds such as Falcated Teals, White Eyed Pochard and Spot billed pelican. For Grass land birds the Western range is ideal. The Bengal Florican can be seen during the Elephant ride in this range. The nearby Panbari Reserved Forest is good for primates such as Hoollock Gibbon and Capped Langur and also woodland birds such asYellow-vented Warbler, Great Hornbill, Dark necked Tailorbird, Grey-bellied and Slaty-bellied Tesias.

Bandipur National Park –

Location of Bandipur :Karnataka
Nearest Access to Bandipur :Mysore & Ooty (80-kms)
Coverage Area of Bandipur :874.20-sq-kms.
Climate of Bandipur :Winter : varies between18°C and 24°C, Summer: 21°C - 37°C
Major Wildlife Attraction in Bandipur :Elephants ,Gaurs, Tigers, Leopard, Wild Dog and sloth bear
Best Time to Visit Bandipur :April to October

Bandipur National Park lies at the heart of an extensive forest at the confluence of the Western Ghats and Nilgiri Hills. It is situated within Chamarajanagar district in the southern state of Karnataka. In 1973, Bandipur became one of the first of India's Tiger Reserves and the southernmost of the nine reserves specially established under Project Tiger. In 1974, under the Wildlife Protection Act, Bandipur was notified as a National Park. Former hunting reserve of the Maharajas of Mysore, Bandipore today hosts a sizable population of Indian Elephant, Gaur and other mammals. It forms a continuous forest zone with Nagarhole, Madumalai and Wynad. The terrain of the park is undulating with rocky hills and valleys interspersed with meadows and seasonal watercourses. The reserve consists of southern tropical moist mixed deciduous and southern tropical dry deciduous forest types. The ecosystem diversity is manifested in the variety of fauna like tiger, leopard, wild dog, jungle cat, Indian civet, common and stripped neck mongoose, black-naped hare, sloth bear, monitor lizard, Giant squirrel, crocodile, chital, sambar, muntjac, mouse deer, chausingha, wild boar, jackal, striped hyena. This park also boasts of over 200 species of birds including commonly found Peafowl, Grey Jungle-Fowl, Pompadour Green Pigeon, Honey Buzzard, King Vulture, Greyheaded Fishing Eagle, Brown Hawk Owl, Bay Owl, Malabar Trogon, Nilgiri Flycatcher, Malabar Pied Hornbill, Little Spiderhunter, Nilgiri Flowerpecker.

Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary -

Location of Periyar :Kumily, Kerala
Nearest Access to Periyar :Kumily(04-kms)
Coverage Area of Periyar :777-sq-kms.
Climate of Periyar :Summer Max. 32°C. Winter Min. 18 °C
Major Wildlife Attraction in Periyar :Elephants, Tigers, ,Gaur , Wild Dogs, Nilgiri Tahr
Best Time to Visit Periyar :October to April

Set high in the ranges of the Western Ghats in Kerala, is the Periyar National Park and Tiger Reserve. It owes its origin to the Maharaja of Travencore, who was an avid hunter and nature lover. Spice gardens and plantation estates surround the national park. Periyar’s sylvan environs offer a refuge to many mammals, reptiles and amphibians and around 320 avian species. The threatened lion-tailed Macaque and Nilgiri Langur occur here, as does the Flying and Malabar Giant Squirrel. The elusive Nilgiri Tahr is also present in this park. One can watch herds of Elephants swimming in the Periyar Lake. This lake was constructed by the Britishers in the year 1895 by constructing a dam across Periyar river. Now one can see most of the wildlife around this lake by boat launches. The lake also has a sizable population of turtles like Travancore Tortoise and the Black turtle. One can also see Gaur,Sambhar, Wild Boar, Leopard, Indian Wild Dog, Barking Deer and Mouse Deer in Periyar. Two unusual species found in Periyar are Flying Snake and the Flying Lizard. With large water bodies the Periyar is also a birders delight. It attracts large number of birds residents as well as migratory. An ideal habitat for Indian Elephant, you can see this mighty herbivore living in accord with the ferocious carnivore - Tiger - in the national park. Other inhabitants of Periyar include the leopard, wild dog,Sambar, Wild boars, Barking Deer, Mouse Deer, porcupines, squirrels. Four species of primates are found at Periyar - the rare lion-tailed macaque, the Nilgiri Langur, common langur and Bonnet Macaque. Due to the presence of large water bodies Periyar National Park is birdwatcher's delight. It attracts large number of birds both resident as well as migratory the reason being the presence of astonishingly vast flora. Some 260 species of birds are found at Periyar. These include, Cormorants, Herons, Black-crested Baza, Grey-headed Fish Eagle, Indian Griffon mynas, flycatchers, orioles, wood pigeons, kingfishers, kites, ospreys, Oriental Honey-buzzard, Pariah Kite, Kestrel, Indian Darter, Little Green Heron, Painted Stork Thrushes, and an appreciable number of blue-winged parakeets.

Sundarbans National Park –

Location of Sundarbans :Piyali, West Bengal
Nearest Access to Sundarbans :Gosaba (50-kms)
Coverage Area of Sundarbans :1330.10-sq-kms.
Climate of Sundarbans :Winter Min. 10°C , Summer Max.34°C
Major Wildlife Attraction in Sundarbans :Bengal Tiger, Ridley Sea Turtle
Best Time to Visit Sundarbans :September -March

Sunderbans is a misnomer of the word “beautiful forest”, it actually has derived its name from the Sunderi tree which is the native to this estuarine mangrove delta. A UNESCO Wolrld Heritage Site, Sundarbhan National Park in India is one of the world's largest deltas and the mangrove forest formed by the confluence of three rivers- the Ganga, the Brahmaputra and the Meghna- covering an area of 2585 sq.kms wildlife sanctuary, which extends into Bangladesh too. The Sundarbans Wildlife Sanctuary is home to a large population of Tigers as well as to a number of wild animals like Spotted deer, Monkeys, Wild Boars, little porpoise, Indian fox, Fishing cat, Common grey mongoose, Pangolin, Small Indian civet, Gangetic Dolphin, Crocodiles, River Terrapin, Olive Ridley turtles, Hawksbill turtle, Indian Python, water monitor lizard, crabs. Sunderbans is the breeding ground of immense variety of birds like Heron, Egret, Cormorant, Fishing Engle, White Bellied Sea Eagle, Seagul, Terns, 7 species of Kingfisher as well as migratory birds like Whimprel, Black-tailed Godwit, Little Stint, Eastern Knot, Curlew, Sandpiper, Golden Plover,Pintail White-eyed Pochard and also Whistling teal. The Sajnakhali sanctuary, famous for its rich avian population, is regarded as a part of the Sunderbans National Park. The kingdom of birds at Sajnekhati enchants your eyes. The most sought after sights by a bird watcher are seven colourful species of Kingfisher, white bellied Sea Eagle, Plovers, Lap-Wings, Curfews, Whimbrels, Sandpipers and occasional Pelican.

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