Wednesday, October 6, 2010

The top Wildlife parks in India

Following is a brief listing of the major parks and the wildlife in India


For the Animals:

Kanha (Madya Pradesh): Tiger, deer, most species. Best months: from February to June (closed July to November).

Corbett (Uttar Pradesh): Tiger, mugger, gharial, deer, most species. Best months: from February to May.

Namdapha (Arunachal Pradesh): Tiger, clouded leopard, snow leopard, panther, red panther, gibbon, loris. Best months: from Oc¬tober to March.

Jawahar National Park (borders of Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu): Elephant, gaur, leopard. Best months: March to July, September and October. Includes the Bandipur, Mudumalai, Nacarhole and Wayanda reserves.

Kaziranga (Assam): Rhino, swamp deer, wild buffalo, tiger. Best months: from November to March.

Bhandavgarh (Madhya Pradesh): Big cats, deer, bear. Best months: November to June.

Periyar (Kerala): Elephant, monkey, some tiger. Best months: September to May.

Gir (Gujarat): Asiatic Hon, wild ass, deer. Best months: from December to April.

Dudhwa (Uttar Pradesh): Tiger, rhino, sloth bear. Best months: from December to June.

Nanda Devi (Himachal Pradesh): Mountain goat, snow leopard. Best months: from April to October,

Ranthambore (Rajasthan): Tiger, jackal, doer, monkey. Best months: October to April.

Kumbulgarh (Rajasthan): Wolf, leopard, fly¬ing squirrel. Best months: from September to November.

Sunderbans (West Bengal): Tiger, turtle, crocodile. Best months: from December to February.

For the birds:

Keoladeo Ghana (Bharatpur. Uttar Pradesh): Cranes, migratory fowl. Best months: from August to February.

Chilka Lake (Orissa): Wading birds, ila-.mingo, dolphin. Best months: from December to March,

16 comments:

PixelShots said...

oh, that's a nice useful detailed list of indian wildlife parks. In return what i have to share you is some deer park photos from kerala

Travel Corporation India said...

India's wildlife is both rich and varied. More than 4% of India's land is under forest cover- there are at least 90 national parks and 482 wildlife sanctuaries. The country is one of the 12 mega diversity areas in the world, in terms of animal. Wildlife tour India.

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Ross Taylor said...

Thanks, to sharing the information about top wildlife parks in India. If you want to goes enjoying in Indian park then mostly you can go in between March to Jun. there you can see Tiger, deer, Elephant, gaur, leopard etc. In each park has different animals. Mostly parks close during monsoon season (June–October).I am very interesting in safary of wild parks. Industry Report

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