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Everything you need to know about tiger census 2018

TIGER CENSUS 2018 A hike in the number of population of big cats is always cherishing welcome in India. Seeing the supreme predator roaring and roaming in their natural habitat is what every wildlife lover want to experience. The first tiger census conducted
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Kaziranga – a greatest example of wildlife protection and conservation worldwide

KAZIRANGA Kaziranga National Park is located In Assam. It is spread over the region of Golaghat and Nagaon District of Assam and Karbi hills and Anglong Landscape (Both in Burma).Kaziranga National Park is the habitat for Single Horned Rhinoceros, Swamp Deer,
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Birding Tours Corbett National Park

Birding tours in Corbett National Park Birding Tours at Jim Corbett National Park Established in the year 1936 as the First Tiger Reserve of India, the park is a pioneer in efforts at preserving the endangered species of animals and birds. Apart from a scarce population
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Birding at Greater Rann Kutch

Montagu's Harrier at Greater Rann of Kutch, Gujarat Greater Rann of Kutch is a paradise for bird watchers. One can see the thousands of migratory cranes, mammals, various desert birds including the very special - Grey Hypocolius in Banni Grasslands. The topography of Kutch is so beautiful, which
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Asiatic Wild Ass at Little Rann Kutch

Wild Ass at Little Rann of Kutch, Gujarat The Asiatic wild ass found only in the Little Rann of Kutch in Gujarat in India, has been classified as an endangered animal. The Asiatic wild ass is the Crown of Gujarat. Months have been bathed, but absolutely neat and
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Birds Keoladeo Ghana National Park

BIRDS KEOLADEO GHANA NATIONAL PARK Keoladeo Ghana National Park better known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary doesn't require any introduction. It is already a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has been a regular destination for bird watchers in India. It is a home of domestic birds
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National Parks of India for Tourists

Birds at Keoladeo Ghana National Park The national parks of India famous for Tiger safari are now open for wildlife tourists. Most of the parks remain closed from July 01 to September 30 every year due to monsoon season. The wildlife enthusiast can now take jeep
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