Panna National Park | Tiger reserve in Madhya Pradesh

Panna National Park

Panna National Park, located near the Panna City, but it is part of Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh.  It was announced as a national park in 1981.

This park is 5th Tiger reserve of the state and 22nd in the country. It was honored by the tourism ministry for its management and conservation. It is normally known as the land of Tigers but also a home for many species of animals and reptiles

Location-  Chhatarpur, MP
Area- 543 square meter


Panna Tiger reserve-

After getting the status of national park in 1981, Panna got the title of tiger reserve after 13 years in 1994 by the government of India and placed under the “Project Tiger” to protect and conserve the number of tigers. In 1994 it was the habitat of 60 tigers and after that, there are continuous decrease in the number of tigers

In the end of the park, the belt of tropical and subtropical forest starts and introduces the moist deciduous forests which are related to Ganga’s plain.   The teak trees are also spotted in this national park area.
Fauna-  Panna national park is the place where you can see chital, sloth bear, sambar and chinkara can be seen easily.  The ken river which flows from south to north is home for much aquatic faunae primarily the gharial and mugger. This river gives spectacular views of this protected national parks.

Bird Species in Panna National Park-

The Bird Species in this national park are-

  • Bar-headed goose
  • Honey buzzard
  • King vulture
  • Blossom-headed parakeet
In 2007, it received the award for excellence and is one of the best places for wildlife lovers.  See hotels and resorts near Panna national park to live happily on a wildlife trip.

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