Tips Which You Should Learn Before Going to Bird Watching

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The most active and energetic creature of nature, the birds are the most creative part of nature’s masterpieces. Not only their catchy appearances, but their unique quality of flying makes the birds the most appealing part of the globe and this is the reason why people enthrall for a birding tour at any location where they can find tremendous amounts of birds and can catch the wonderful moments.

But where bird watching seems to be so captivating and the most convenient activity, it is sometimes so challenging especially when you are a beginner. Since they are the most active creatures, it is highly essential to keep a quick eye spot on those quickie creatures. You could face many difficulties around you to find the clear image of the varied species around you like dim light, glory sun rays, hiding birds in the bushes, some tough paves and so on and of course these unfair reasons can spoil your birding tour. Continue reading

Explore the Wilderness in Top Four Wildlife Sanctuaries in India

If you want to experience the rich wildlife diversity in India, then a visit to the top wildlife sanctuaries in India must be an essential part of your tour itinerary. Exploring the various wildlife sanctuaries will definitely provide a golden and a lifetime opportunity to the travelers to also observe the rich flora and fauna. If you have the fascination for the animals and love camping in the wild in the middle of wild animals and birds, then here are a few options for you: Continue reading

How Wildlife Will Be Affected By Global Warming

Global warming means the heating up of the earth, which is the ultimate result of our wrong deeds. It increases the temperature of the atmosphere, which is very dangerous for wildlife. There are many causes for global warming. Very first cause of global warming is deforestation that is caused by cutting and burning of forests for the purpose of residence and industrialization. Due to this, wildlife conservation has become the most typical thing to go on. The climate will not be suitable for the wildlife, which will make the survival difficult for wildlife species. Such type of climate will push those species to extinction, which is not able to adapt. Due to this, wildlife will have to face many adverse effects, which are mentioned below: Continue reading

Indian wildlife tourism coming one step ahead for wildlife conservation

India is a unique country to hold the rare and vivid ranges of floras and faunas. The tropical atmosphere of this amazing land makes it a great animal kingdom for amazing wildlife excursions. The wildlife department of India upon realizing its importance, established many wildlife reserves across the country. These reserves have been established so as to protect and preserve the extinguishing species in the country and also to serve as a great touring spot for the animal lovers.

The Jim Corbett National Park and the Ranthambore National Park are among them that bring great environment and natural habitat for the wild species. The Indian wildlife tourism department is taking great care for the maintenance of these reserves and taking various steps to create awareness among the individuals. Continue reading

Kanha National Park- Experience Incredible Indian Wildlife in Kipling’s Play Ground

The Kanha National Park is considered one of the best well-preserved national parks on the continent. Located in Madhya Pradesh, Kanha is situated in the Maikal hills which lie east of the Satpura mountain range. The park covers an area of almost 1000 sq kms of deciduous forest, grasslands as well as hills and meandering rivers. In addition, the park also offers a safe habitat and natural eco-system for more than 22 species of mammals, 220 species of birds, insects and other reptiles that live in harmony here. The Kanha Tiger Reserve was one of the first nine Project Tiger reserves ever created in India and is one of the best places to enjoy a night safari even today. Besides getting a chance to see tigers lazing around and hunting in the wild, other cats like leopards can also be spotted from time to time.

Best Time to Visit
The best time to visit the park is from April to June or from November to January as the park remains closed between July and mid October due to the monsoon season. Reserves

Flora & Fauna in the park

Nature lovers are certain to enjoy going on a Kanha Wildlife tour and watching different animals live in their natural habitat. One such animal which was almost extinct is the rare Swamp Deer or Barasingha which now abounds in the park. Other animals that can be seen include sambhars, black buck, sloth bears, jackals, foxes, hyenas as well as wild rabbits and monkeys. Bird lovers will enjoy sighting various species such as storks, pond herons, peacocks, woodpeckers, kingfishers and owls to name a few.

Since the Kanha National park itself is a dry, deciduous forest, the park is home to a number of shrubs, herbs and aquatic plants. It is believed that the park alone has more than 70 various species of trees such as Lush, Sal, Saj, Arjun and Bamboo besides evergreen grasslands.

Tourists can look forward to excellent accommodation options while visiting the Kanha Tiger Reserve. The Kanha Jungle Lodge which is located nearby the park itself is set in the midst of the Sal jungle and offers modern amenities such as hot & cold water as well as other facilities like a library with a huge collection of wildlife books and a recreational center as well. Tourists who want a real jungle camping feel should try the Tuli Tiger Resort which is located in the buffer zone of the park and offers prime facilities. Guests can look forward to comfortable rooms as well as entertainment acts like tribal dances at night.

The Kanha Wildlife experience promises to be an enriching one for those who love getting close to nature.

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