Bharat Online
Bharat Online
The rich Indian wildlife/wild life is regarded as the pride of the country. Know more about the wild animals & birds of India.

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, RajasthanBharatpur Bird Sanctuary
Bharatpur Wildlife Sanctuary is home to approximately 300 species of birds. Amongst them, the most prominent ones are Painted Storks, Open and Spoon Bills, Egrets, Cormorants, White Ibis, Jacanas, While Harriers, Fishing Eagles, Pied Kingfisher.
Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, KeralaPeriyar Wildlife Sanctuary
One of the most beautiful wildlife sanctuaries in India, Periyar Wildlife sanctuary is Located in Kerala. It is famous for its varied wildlife. Though the sanctuary houses many species of wild animals and birds, the most famous are the wild Asian elephants.

Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary Kerala
Crocodile Bank Tamilnadu
Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary Andhra Pradesh
Sariska National Park Rajasthan
Gir National Park Gujarat
Dudhwa National Park Uttar Pradesh
Dachigam National Park Kashmir
Red Panda, Himalayan Zoological Park
Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary Goa
Dajipur Bison Sanctuary, Maharashtra
Kanha National Park
Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand
Assam Wildlife Sanctuaries

The tropical climate and lush green forests of India support a wide variety of wildlife. Infact, you can hope to see some of the most exotic species of wild animals and birds in the country. Every year, a large number of wildlife tours are organized in the country, through which the nature lovers explore the wildlife treasures available here. Indian is home to Gir National Park, the only abode of the Asiatic Lion in the whole world. Likewise, it also provides a number of abodes to the Royal Bengal Tiger.

There are a large number of national parks wildlife sanctuaries, tiger reserves and bird sanctuaries in India, which serves as a repository of its rich flora and fauna. One can find not only animals, but also some of the rarest birds and reptiles within the boundaries of these reserves. Apart from that, some of these national parks and sanctuaries also visited by a large number of migratory birds every year. India, being a responsible country, has started a number of conservation programs to conserve the rare and endangered species.

Amongst the most popular national parks of India are Gir National Park, Jim Corbett National Park, Desert National Park, Keoladeo Ghana National Park, Mudumalai National Park, Valley of Flowers National Park, Periyar National Park, Pench National Park, etc. Then, there are the bird sanctuaries and wildlife sanctuaries, comprising of Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Kutch Wildlife Sanctuary, Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary. The jeep safaris and elephant safaris organized at these parks and sanctuaries are the best ways to explore its rich wildlife.

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