Wildlife tourism at Dudhwa national park

Dudhwa national park Uttar Pradesh

The Dudhwa national park in the Terai of Uttar Pradesh of India and includes a place of 490.3 km2, with a shielded place of 190 km2 (73 sq mi). It is part of the Dudhwa Competition Source. 
It is situated on the Indo-Nepal boundary in the Lakhimpur Kheri Region, and has a shield of arranged woodlands places on the southern part of and north ends.

It symbolizes one of the few staying illustrations of a very different and effective Terai environment, assisting a huge number of vulnerable varieties, obligate varieties of high wet grasslands and varieties of limited submission.Dudhwa National park


Major attractions of Dudhwa National park are the lions (population 98 in 1995) and Swamp Deer (population over 1,600). Some unusual varieties occupy the park. Hispid hare, previously believed to have become vanished, was discovered here twenty-six years ago.
Deer in Dudhwa national park
                                          wildlife of Dudhwa

Dudhwa National park is a stronghold of the barasingha. Around 50 percent of the barasinghas are existing in Dudhwa Recreation place. More compact than the sambar deer, the barasinghas have 12 antlers that jointly evaluate up to 100 cm. 

The visitor can be heard of these unusual creatures moving through start grasslands. Around 50 percent of the enduring inhabitants of Barasinghas are discovered in Dudhwa National park.This park also hosts so many tigers in its surrounding.It is listed as the richest fauna among others.

This Dudhwa is named as a National park in January 1977. After ten years back in 1987 it becomes the Dudhwa tiger reserve and comes under the Project Tiger.


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