Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary
The beauty of Bharatpur
Bird Sanctuary is extremely captivating and
the brilliant sight of rare birds amidst such
paramount greenery, makes this place seem unnatural.
This is one of those lucky sanctuaries that
has pretty much everything to offer; culture,
history, excellent wildlife & of course an amazing
array of exotic birds. Two-thirds of the Park
lies under water and the remaining one-third
is covered in dry deciduous forests and extensive
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Keoladeo Ghana National Park, Bharatpur
a National Park in 1983, this 29 sq km park
is one of the world's greatest heronries. Its
shallow, fresh water marsh attracts thousands
of migratory birds. Over 10,000 nests of egrets,
darters, cormorants, grey herons and storks
hatch nearly 20,000 to 30,000 chicks every year.
There is an infinite variety of migratory birds.
Mammals like the sambhar, blackbuck, chital,
nilgai, fishing cat, otter and mongoose also
roam freely here.
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Ranthambhore National Park
This is the
state's point of the Aravallis, the Guru Shikhar,
lies in this 289 sq km sanctuary. Established
in 1960, this provides shelter to the common
languar, wild boar, sambhar and leopard. The
grey jungle fowl can also be spotted here. Besides,
a number of flowering trees enhance the beauty
of this place.
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Wildlife Sanctuary - Alwar
The other tigerland
in Rajasthan which was brought under Project
Tiger in 1979. Other than leopard, sambhar,
nilgaai, wild dog and chinkara, the ruins of
9th and 10th century temples exist here.
About Sariska Sanctuary
Established in 1980, it is a colossal
park sprawling on 3162 sq. km. It has shrubs
and trees in addition to rolling sand dunes.
The wildlife wealth here comprises fox, desert
cat, hare, spiney tail uromastix and sand fish.
Thousands of sparrows, imperial sand grouse,
bustards, falcons and eagles migrate here during
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The majestic fort of Kumbhalgarh overlooks the
578 sq. km. sanctuary. The Aravallis hills,
which remain barren for most of the year, turn
green during rains and provide shelter to sloth
bear, leopard, flying squirrel. It is also the
only sanctuary where the Indian wolf is breeding
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Mount Abu Sanctuary
The highest point of the Aravallis, the Guru Shikhar, lies in this 289
sq km sanctuary. Established in 1960, this provides
shelter to the common langaur, wild boar, sambhar
and leopard. The grey jungle fowl can also be
spotted here. Besides, a number of flowering
trees enhance the beauty of this pace. More
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Bhensrod Garh Sanctuary
A fairly new sanctuary, it was established in
1983 and covers a total area of 229 sq. km.
of scrub and dry deciduous forest. Leopards, chinkaara, sloth bear can be spotted here if
one is lucky.
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Previously the hunting ground
of the Kota maharajas, this sanctuary was established
in 1995 and covers an area of 266 sq. km. This
hilly sanctuary with its thick forests is worth
a visit. The animals here include wolf, sloth
bear, chinkara and leopard.
in 1957, this sanctuary is located beside the
man-made lake of the same name. Covering a total
area of 160 sq. km., it harbours sloth bear,
leopard, chital, chinkara, wild boar and a number
of birds. Some crocodiles and fish also be spotted
Other sanctuaries include Sitamata, Darrah,
Chambal, Tal Chapper, Jamwa Ramgarh, Kaila Devi,
Van-Vihar, Ramgarh, Shergarh, Todgarh-Rad and