Top 10 Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks of India
1. Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary
Situated in the condition of Jammu and Kashmir, Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary was built up in 1910. The haven is situated in the western Himalayas and is home to a wide assortment of greenery with prairies, pastures, knolls with rough bluffs and rough outcrops. Panther, Musk Deer, Himalayan Black Bear, Himalayan Brown Bear and Otter and so forth are few of the numerous species that are found here.
2. Jim Corbett National Park
Situated in the Nainital District of Uttrakhand, Jim Corbett National Park was set up in 1936. The national stop is situated in the midst of a blended territory of deciduous timberlands and precipitous pine woods. Therefore Jim Corbett National stop is a standout amongst the most naturally various zones in India. Corbett National Park is a home to the Bengal tiger, Leopard, Leopard feline, Elephants, Sambhar Deer and Golden Jackal and so forth.
3. Sunderbans Wildlife Sanctuary
The ensured timberland territory in West Bengal was announced a National Park in 1984 and is a rich biosphere save and the part of the Sunderbans arranged at the Ganges Delta. Sunderbans Wildlife Sanctuary is a home to a wide assortment of greenery species. These incorporate Tiger, Leopard feline, Fishing Cats and more than 70 unique types of endemic feathered creatures.
4. Manas Wildlife Sanctuary
Situated in Assam, the Manas Wildlife Sanctuary was set up in 1985 and is situated in the foothills of the Himalayas. The haven is a home to a plenty of uncommon and imperiled types of creatures like Tiger, Asian elephants, Golden Cat, Leopards, Clouded Leopard, Slow Loris and Chital and so on.
5. Kaziranga National Park
Known for the biggest populace of the Indian one-horned Rhinoceros and Tigers on the planet, the Kaziranga National Park is situated in Assam. The woodlands are spread over a range of 430 Square kilometers and are home to species like Tigers, Rhinoceros, Elephant, and the Asian water bison, Swamp Deer, Monitor Lizard and Spectacled Cobra and so forth.
6. Ranthambore National Park
Thought to be one of the best spots to see the Bengal Tiger, Ranthambore National Park is situated in Rajasthan and lies between the conversion of the Banas and the Chambal River. The ensured timberlands are likewise popular for their huge banyan trees and is reveres a Medieval fortification. Tiger, Hyena, Sloth Bear and Chital and so forth are a portion of the uncommon species found here.
7. Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary/Bharatpur National Park
Once in the past known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, the Avifauna asylum is situated in Rajasthan. Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary (or Bharatpur National Park) was made around 250 years back and was named after a Shiva sanctuary situated inside the timberland by the Rajput King Maharaja Suraj Mal. Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary was reported as a winged animal asylum in 1971 and is acclaimed for lodging more than 230 types of flying creatures.
8. Sasan Gir National Park
Sasan Gir National Park is a standout amongst the most well known national stops in Gujarat for its flourishing populace of the Asiatic Lion. Because of its different eco framework and geology, Gir Forest National Park is home to an extensive assortment of types of widely varied vegetation. The uncommon types of creatures found here are Asiatic Lions, Leopards, Sloth Bears, Jungle Cats, Spectacled Cobra and a few uncommon types of fowls are likewise found here.
9. Kanha National Park
Spread over an enormous 940 sq kilometers, Kanha National Park is the biggest national stop in Madhya Pradesh. The recreation center is described by lush knolls and open bamboo backwoods. The uncommon creature species found in the recreation center are Tigers, Leopards, Wild puppies, Jackals and Sloth bear and so forth. The recreation center is additionally well known just like the first wellspring of Rudyard Kipling creative energy while composing the Jungle Book in spite of the fact that the story was really set in the Pench National Park in India. The Kanha National Park was set up in 1955 and is gone to by a large number of travelers every year.
10. Periyar Wild Life Sanctuary
Situated by the Periyar River in Kerala, Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary was set up in 1928 and is spread crosswise over 305 square Kilometers. Being situated between the mountain edges the ensured region is celebrated for its populace of the Indian Tiger and the Asiatic Elephants. The uncommon species found here are the Tiger, Elephant, Travancore flying squirrel, Fruit bat, Giant squirrel, Wild pig and lion-followed macaque and so forth.