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Wildlife in India
Wildlife in India
Wildlife in Ladakh
Wildlife Sanctuaries in East India
Wildlife Sanctuaries in Nepal and Sikkim
Wildlife Sanctuaries in North India
Wildlife Sanctuaries in South India
Wildlife Sanctuaries in India
Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary
B R Hills Wildlife Sanctuary
Bandhavgarh National Park
Bandipur National Park
Chimmini Wildlife Sanctuary
Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary
Chitwan National Park
Corbett National Park
National Parks

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Wildlife in India

In India, the total area covered by wildlife is approximately 90,000 square km and constitutes 3 per cent of the country’s land area. India is a paradise for bird-watchers and wildlife enthusiasts. Deciduous forests, desert plains, grasslands, wetlands and coastal and marine locations have made India one of the most pleasant place for bird watching and wildlife viewing.

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As a result of the Project Tiger, there has been a tremendous increase in the number of tigers. It covers 23 National Parks and Sanctuaries. Some of the popular Project Tiger Reserves in India are the Kanha National Park, Corbett National Park, Ranthambore National Park, Dudhwa National Park and Bandhavgarh National Park. Each one of these wildlife sanctuary is home of rare animals, birds, reptiles, insects and plants.

Things to remember while visiting Wildlife Sanctuaries in India

1. The best time to visit the wildlife sanctuaries is from October to March.

2. The best time to watch wildlife is in the early morning or evening.

3. Binoculars, Cameras, Measuring tape, notebook, etc. are the various things that you can carry on your visit.

4. Avoid heavy footwear and clothes that hinder easy movement. Ideally wear colours that match with the surroundings. Dress in Khaki, or brown or olive green to merge with the surroundings.

5. Maintain silence while you are in the sanctuary. Avoid radios, transistors and music in the jungle. It disturbs the animals.

6. Do not run when you see the bigger animals. Usually an animal sight us before we see it and moves away.

7. Do not smoke or wear perfumes on your visit.

8. Do not go very close to carnivores. Dangerous animals should not be approached on foot.

9. Be alert at all times.

10. Do not litter the sanctuaries and surroundings.

11. Avoid pollution of air, soil or water.

12. You can also use the services of a local guide / Naturalist to take you around and to explain about the various wildlife animals.

Wildlife in India
Wildlife in Ladakh
Wildlife Sanctuaries in East India  |  Wildlife Sanctuaries in South India
Wildlife Sanctuaries in Nepal and Sikkim  |  Wildlife Sanctuaries in North India

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