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Wild life in Uttar Pradesh

Dudhwa National Park 
 
Further east along the Terai, the Dudhwa National Park, which is also a Tiger Reserve, is located in the district of Lakhimpur -Kheri, very close to the Nepal border. The 498.29 sq. km. Park has fine sal forests and extensive grasslands. Tall coarse grass sometimes forming impenetrable thickets, swampy depressions and lakes characterise the wetlands of the Park. These are the habitat of large numbers of barasingha, the magnificent swamp deer, noted for their multi-tined antlers (bara-12, singha-horn). These in turn support the predators - the tiger and leopard. Though the Park has a fair population of tigers, they are rarely seen owing to the nature of the forest cover.

The grasslands are also ideal terrain for the Indian one horned rhinoceros. In an exciting project undertaken in 1984, a number of rhinos were translocated here from Assam and Nepal, in an attempt to extend their habitats and to exclude Other inhabitants include the sloth bear, jackal, wild pig and the lesser cats - the fishing cat, leopard cat, jungle cat and civet. Dudhwa has also an abundance of birds. Its marshes are home to a range of water-birds both local and migratory. There are spectacular painted storks, black and white necked storks, sarus cranes and varied night birds of prey, ranging from the great Indian horned owl to the jungle owlet. Colourful woodpeckers, barbets, kingfishers, minivets, bee eaters, and bulbuls flit through the forest canopy. A fragile natural paradise, Dudhwa endeavours to protect its wild haven from the depredations of an expanding human population.

Best time to visit :  November to May
Nearest town : Palia (10 km)
How to get there : Rail-Dudhwa, Air-Lucknow (250 km)

 
Chandra Prabha Wildlife Sanctuary
Chandra Prabha Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the northern state of India, Uttar Pradesh. The sanctuary has a number of picnic spots and waterfalls that make it popular among tourists. Chandra Prabha Wildlife Sanctuary is situated about 70 kilometres from the historic city of Varanasi. Varanasi is one of the most famous religious centers of Hindus. Chandra Prabha sanctuary is spread over an area of 78 sq km and lies on Naugarh and Vijaigarh hillocks in the Vindhya forest range in Chandauli.

Chandra Prabha Wildlife Sanctuary was once home to Asiatic Lions, but their numbers dwindled and today it is difficult to find a trace of these lions. But Chinkara and Panther is the highlight of the sanctuary. Chandra Prabha Wildlife Sanctuary is home to a number of animals. Some of the animals that you come across in Chandra Prabha Sanctuary include sambhar, nilgai, blackbucks, porcupine and wild boar. You can also see python and gharial in the sanctuary. The sanctuary is also home to a number of birds and you can see at least 150 species of birds.

Best Time to visit :  November -April
 
Hastinapur Sanctuary
Founded in 1986, The Hastinapur Sanctuary sprawling in an area of 2073 sq. kms. Hastinapur National Park is rich in faunal wealth because of the varied types of ecological niches existing in the reserve. The main groups occur are mammals, birds, reptiles (snakes and lizards), amphibians (frogs & toads) butterflies and fishes, and chiefly the invertebrate groups are, the Scorpions, Centipedes, Odonata (dragon & damselflies), Hymenoptera (wasps, bees, etc.) Isoptera (termites) and Lepidoptera which comprises more than 60 species. Our National Bird Peacock is found here in abundance.

Other inhabitants include the sloth bear, jackal, wild pig and the lesser cats- fishing cat, leopard cat, jungle cat and civet. Hastinapur has also an abundance of birds. There are spectacular painted storks, black and white necked storks, sarus cranes and varied night birds of prey, ranging from the great Indian horned owl to the jungle owlet, Colorful woodpeckers, barbets, kingfishers, minivets, bee eaters and bulbuls flit through the forest canopy.

The population of the wild animals includes various species of animals including antelope, sambhar, cheetal, blue bull, leopard, hyena, wild cat, and different types of birds. It also houses alligators.

Best time to visit :
Throughout the Year
How to Get there : Air : The airport at Delhi is 110 kms away.
                                 Rail : Nearest railhead is Meerut, 30 km.
                                 Road : Hastinapur on National Highway No. 45 is connected by road to all parts of the state.

 
 

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