List of National Parks- Wildlife & Bird Sanctuaries in India

National Parks- Wildlife Sanctuaries in India

India has more than 500 wildlife sanctuaries&which is also referred as an animal sanctuary. There are 47 tiger reserves that come under Project Tiger; this project is mainly focused on a conservation of Tigers.

Famous National parks in India

The wildlife parks are the real asset of any country. Here we collected a list of National park in India.  

  •  Wandur national park, Andaman nicobar 
  • Kaziranga, Assam
  • Gir , Gujarat
  • Corbett park, Uttarakhand
  • Dachigam national park, Jammu and Kashmir
  • Madhav national park, Madhya Pradesh
  • Tadoba park, Maharastra
  • Sariska national park, Rajasthan
  • Sundarbans, West Bengal
  • Nokrek, Meghalaya

 India has total 112 national parks which are spread an area of 39,919 square km. Jim corbett and Bharatpur national park are most visited places of India.

wildlife at Corbett National park

Some wildlife sanctuary is dedicated to birds and named as a bird sanctuary. there are numerous birds in these sanctuaries. Some major bird sanctuaries of India are-

1. Bharatpur bird sanctuary
2. Sultanpur Bird sanctuary
3. Salim Ali sanctuary, Goa
4. Kumarakom bird sanctuary
5. Kaundinya bird sanctuary

Want to see the complete list of bird sanctuaries in India click here

Did You Know?
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary in Rajasthan is the largest Bird Sanctuary of India.

Wildlife of India: –

Wildlife usually refers to the animal species and other plant species which grow without any human involvement. The desert, forest, plains, grasslands have the different form of wildlife.  
The wild animals in the national park include Tigers, musk deer, bear, Black Panther, leopard, rhinoceros, Asian lion, black deer and many other species.

The 89 wildlife sanctuaries, 13 bio reserves and 89 national parks having different types of species reflects the rich wildlife of  India. It shows awareness and consciences of India.

Wildlife tourism is the major source of revenue for many countries so they have established their tourism sector around there wildlife sanctuaries. In India Bandipur and Periyar national parks are some example of wildlife tourism.

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