In past the forests of India pulsated with roaring shots of the emperors and Kings of India who enjoyed hunting of wild animals. Even they had not spared the innocent birds. In recent past, the British officers, too, have widened their playground of hunting these animals. Perhaps in hunting animals like lions, cheetah, tigers, deer, and the birds, they had found a novel opportunity to feel like a great colonizer.
Indian Peacock, in Mating Season
But now a day every type of hunting is a matter of past. The parks in India are safe; the forests are reserved for different species of wild animals. While going through these articles, you would virtually visit some of the wonderful Bird Sanctuaries, Wildlife Reserves, and forests reserved for Tigers, Lions, Elephants, Deer, and for the birds whose species are facing danger of extinctions.
Jim Corbett National Park
White-Capped Water-Redstart, India
The Corbett sanctuary is known as
Location: 300 Km away from
What will you see in
Tigers, Leopards, Elephants, Birds and Crocodiles are the main attractions of Jim Corbett National Par of India. Cruising in a comfortable Jeep Safari, or riding on the back of an elephant, the tourists enjoy seeing wild animals, birds and reptiles during the season starting from November to June. During the monsoon, most of the parks in
Those who love seeing and being with the birds, the
While visiting the Corbett Park the accommodation would never be a problem. You can find a hotel of choice and suitable to your pocket. While going to the par from any of the nearby stations by motorway, you would find number of restaurants and hotels on the way, serving you the delicious Indian Dishes.
Kanha National Park
If you want to feel how Rudyard Kipling might have felt while writing his Jungle Book, you should visit the Kanha National park of India. Driving on the road through the grassy meadows, you would enjoy the lush bamboo forest that preserves flower plants of more than 600 species.
Location: Central India, State of
Kanha national park offers the tourist its rich and wonderful flora and fauna with the roaring tigers and deer dancing among the songs of big and tiny birds. Though it is an area of deciduous dense forest, the accommodation is easily available. The increasing lodging and boarding resources established here and in nearby stations would suit to everyone’s budget.
While enjoying the arranged safari tour of the park, you would encounter the beauties of wildlife, bamboo forests, and the sal trees. While sitting on the back of an elephant it would look like a journey in dreamland.
When we tread through the grassland of the
Brahmaputra, flowing through North Eastern region of
Besides the Rhino, the park is thickly populated by the typical Swamp Deer known as Barahsinga and the roaming crowds of big sized elephants. The tall grass and lush green vegetation is a proper place to be home for the herds of elephants. The abundance of prey animals have made this park known as the thickly populated by the endangered specie of tiger.
How to reach at Kaziranga
You contact your travel agent or book a pane ticket to Guwahati (200 Km from Kaziranga) or at Jorhat airport (100). You can chose railway and reach at Furkating station (75 km). The option of using motorway would also be a smart choice, as on the way you would encounter the restaurants cooking delicious Indian food.
Observing the wildlife or Bird Life in
The Birdlife International has identified the Kaziranga National Park as Important Bird Area. There had been alt least seven species of vultures in this park. But is is now exticted, perhaps, as it is believed that the birds might have eaten meat of a dead animal that might be contaminated by drugs of other things. [Images courtesy Wikimedia Commons , By Shyamvs78 12:00, 8 February 2008 (UTC) (Own work) [CC-BY-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons and By Ajith U [CC-BY-SA-2.0], via Wikimedia Commons , [Images courtesy By Altaipanther (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons ,Wikimedia Commons , By Dr. Tarak N Khan from Kolkata, India (Brown Fish Owl; Ketupa zelolensis) [CC-BY-2.0], via Wikimedia Commons, By Altaipanther (Own work) [Public domain],via Wikimedia Commons , Images courtesy Flickr and By Peter Andersen (Taken by me) [http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html">GFDL, CC-BY-SA-3.0 or CC-BY-2.5], via Wikimedia Commons Wikimedia Commons]