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Rajaji National Park

Posted by Deeksha on February 12, 2021

 
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Rajaji National Park is well known National Park in Uttarakhand. It is situated in the foothill of the Himalayas and spread over 3 districts of Uttarakhand. The park is established in 1983 by the by dense verdant forest and it's a habitat of a number of wild animals which include: Bengal Tiger combination of three Sanctuary Chilla Sanctuary, Rajaji Sanctuary, and Motichur Sanctuary. The park is surrounded, Asian Elephant, Jungle Cat, Leopard, Striped Hyena, Sloth Bear, Indian Hare, Goral, Himalayan Black Bear, Jackal, King Cobra, Barking Dear, Wild Boar, Sambhar, Rhesus Macaque, Python, Indian Porcupine, and Monitor Lizard. Rajaji National Park is also a paradise for bird watchers there are 315 species of birds are found. We are providing the best tour packages of Rajaji National Park and Jeep safari in Rajaji National Park.

 

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Rajaji National Park Uttarakhand

Posted by Deeksha on January 13, 2021

 
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Rajaji National Park is well known National Park in Uttarakhand. It is situated in the foothill of Himalaya and spread over 3 districts of Uttarakhand.  The park is established in 1983 by the combination of three Sanctuary Chilla Sanctuary, Rajaji Sanctuary, and Motichur Sanctuary.

The park is surrounded by dense verdant forest and it’s a habitat of a number of wild animals which include: Bengal Tiger, Asian Elephant, Jungle Cat, Leopard, Striped Hyena, Sloth Bear, Indian Hare, Goral, Himalayan Black Bear, Jackal, King Cobra, Barking Dear, Wild Boar, Sambhar, Rhesus Macaque, Python, Indian Porcupine, and Monitor Lizard. Rajaji National Park is also a paradise for bird watchers there are 315 species of birds are found. We are providing the best tour packages of Rajaji National Park and Jeep safari in Rajaji National Park.

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Career in Urban Wildlife

Posted by Jabir Sheikh on October 26, 2020

 
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Wildlife studies has a great scope relating to career. As the UAE CV Maker have said, the biologist from wildlife study the behavior of animals and determines the creature role in our eco system. It is a highly rewarding career. You can earn a lot of money in this field. You get to travel a lot, to the different parts of the world and to the remote places as well. The highest-paid 10% earn more than $98,540 annually, while the lowest-paid 10% of Zoologists earn less than $39,150 annually.

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Roadrunner email problems customer help

Posted by Daveheller on July 21, 2020

 
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Roadrunner email is viewed as extraordinary compared to other email and additionally it’s simple to utilize. Roadrunner can be used for both professional and personal use. Technology is growing rapidly, the use of email and security update accordingly. Email is one of the best modes of communication according to individual preferences. To meet the needs of users, Roadrunner mail services must provide uninterrupted email services along with several versatile features. RR email, also known as Time Warner email, which focuses primarily on the needs and preferences of users. It is a mode of communication preferred by the users for both personal and professional usage. But when it comes to technicalities, some roadrunner email problems may arise in Roadrunner mail services. You should connect with our TWC mail Support to resolve these issues instantly.

To read more about TWC email , RR email, and Roadrunner email  support visit the website.

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Ranthambore National National Park Safari Guide

Posted by Deependra Dobriyal on July 17, 2020

 
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Apart from its rich culture, Rajasthan is also popular for its wildlife jungle safari experience in Ranthambore National Park.

The park is an absolute visiting destination amongst the tourists for wild big cats and other species of wild animals, reptiles, and birds.

Due to its huge area, the Ranthambore National Park has been divided into ten zones.

The zones 1 to 5 will take you straight into the middle part of the park and deeper areas of the jungle. Chances are very high that you will be able to see tigers playing with their cubs, drinking water off the lake, and running at a very high speed to catch their prey. 

If you want to witness tigers and other specific species of Tiger, Zone 3 will always top your priority list.

Zone 6 to Zone 10 decreases the chances of spotting tigers but on the other hand, if you anytime prefer to see over 200 species of birds and mammals like Nilgai, Jackals, Hyenas, and other reptiles, one should definitely go for these zones.

Best time to visit Ranthambore National Park:

March to June is the best time to visit if you want to spot Bengal tigers. Although, the temperature is very high during this time. Ranthambore National Park remains closed from July to September end. 

People who love bird-watching can visit during the months of November and December.

Jeep or canter Safari, which one to choose?

A Jeep is a small vehicle that can accommodate 6-8 people at once however, Canter is a larger vehicle in which 20 people can seat at once. Jeep Safari as compared to Canter are a better option so far. However, both vehicles follow the same path in the park.

Ranthambore Safari Timings:

Wildlife safari in Ranthambore National Park is conducted twice every day in the morning and afternoon shifts. Most people love to visit Ranthambore National Park during the winter season as the temperature is suitable compared to summers.

Cost:

Ranthambore Safari's cost is different for Indians and Foreigners. Ranthambore is famous throughout the world of wildlife adventure, and people who come to Rajasthan for adventure never miss Ranthambore.

20-seat open Canter Safari

Canter Safari in Ranthambore National park is the best and safest way to explore the fauna of Park.

  • The cost for Indian Tourists ranges from INR 700 per person.
  • For International Tourists, the price ranges from INR 1400 per person.

6-seater open Jeep Safari

Jeep Safari is the most thrilling way to explore the jungles of Ranthambore National Park. 

  • For Indian Tourists, the cost ranges from INR 1000 per person.
  • For Foreign Tourists, the cost ranges from INR 1850 per person

Book your Jeep Safari here!

How to book a safari online?

To book safari at Ranthambore National Park, you can go to the official website - http://www.tourism.rajasthan.gov.in/ranthambore.html#main_content

There are many websites where you can book your safari. One of them being www.indiathrills.com

You get two options to choose from  Zone 1 to Zone 6 and Zone 7 to Zone 10. (If you select Safari for 1 to 6 Zone that means your safari will be conducted in any one Zone, same as for Zone 7 to 10)

Whatever zone you will go to in all the zones is decided by the computerized system according to availability. It is mandatory to tell your name, age, and I.D card number that you have to show once you reach the park. 

How to Reach:

  • Ranthambore National Park is well-connected with all the major cities of India by Railways and Roads.
  • Nearest Airport- Jaipur Airport (160 K.M)
  • Nearest Railway Station- Sawai Madhopur Railway Station (11 K.M)
  • Nearest Bus Station- Sawai Madhopur Railway Station

Where to stay at Ranthambore?

Ranthambore has many options where you can choose to stay. From Camping resorts to Beautiful and spacious villas everything is there to stay in Madhopur. Choosing your stay destination depends on your budget up to a large extent. You can always enjoy this thrilling adventure with your loved ones without caring about the stay options. 

Have more doubts for Ranthambore National Park, here is the detailed guide for Ranthambore National Park Safari.

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Today is the last date for Wildlife Week-celebrated annually

Posted by Susan Sharma on October 04, 2019

 
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During wildlife week October, 2019, here is some food for thought for all IWC members.

 

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A chat session with BNHS education officer

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Wildlife Experience at Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India

Posted by himalayan outback on July 19, 2019

 
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The Kaziranga National Park boasts of the largest population of the world’s endangered “one horned Indian rhinoceros”. The Park also sustains half the world’s population of genetically pure Wild Water Buffaloes, Wild elephants and perhaps the densest population of tigers. It is also a bird watcher’s paradise and home to some 500 species of birds – The Crested Serpent Eagle, Palla’s Fishing Eagle, Greyheaded Fishing Eagle, Swamp Partridge, Bar-headed goose, Whistling Teal, Bengal Florican, Storks, Herons and Pelicans are some of the species found here

This trip is an easy extension to anyone visiting Arunachal or Assam in North East India.Himalayanoutback kaziranga-national-park-safari

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Stay Close To Nature At Jim Corbett National park

Posted by Anjalipal on May 07, 2019

 
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In India, Jim Corbett National Park is the largest national wildlife park. The park was initially named as Hailey National Park. The first national park of India gained its popularity for its Project Tiger.

https://www.corbettnationalpark.com/project-tiger.html

Under this project, the park is also named as Tiger reserve of India. India wildlife park is mainly formed to save Royal Bengal Tiger by providing it the compatible environment in which tigers can survive. Along with endangered species of Tiger, we can also see the rare varieties of wild animals in Corbett National Park - like Asiatic elephants, One-horned Rhino, Blackbuck, crocodiles, alligators, etc around 500 species of migratory birds can also be seen at the banks of Kosi and Ramganga rivers. Wildlife in a national park is so vast that many kinds of mammals, reptiles, crustaceans, birds, amphibians, fishes, etc are present. A wide range of flora also exists in this jungle. The varied variety of herbs, shrubs, climbers, creepers, flowering plants, trees inhabitant the forest. 

https://www.corbettnationalpark.com/resorts-in-corbett.html

Nature loving people should visit Jim Corbett National Park to relax mind and soul. Enjoy holidays at this wildlife park in India. At corbettnationalpark.com we provide you best packages in resorts and hotels along with adventure activities if you like.

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Bird Feeding, Bird Bath | Nature Forever

Posted by Kaushal Desai on April 14, 2019

 
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Bird Feeding, Bird Bath | Nature Forever

In this summer don’t forget to feed and give appropriate water to wildlife. Especially, water is one of the most important things birders can add to their backyard to attract birds. All bird species need water, and adding one or more water features to your yard will quickly attract feathered friends.  Birds need water for two reasons: drinking and preening. Water helps keep a bird’s body cool both from the inside and outside. Water baths can also remove dust, loose feathers, parasites and other debris from a bird’s plumage. Offering water in your backyard will attract more birds than just food sources, since birds that would not normally visit feeders can be tempted by water features.  Any water is an improvement on a dry backyard, but moving water will attract more birds because the motion catches their eye and they can hear any dripping, sprinkles or splashes. Apologies for not using original video sounds as its got windy sound so much in recording. 

Hope you liked this video. Keep Nature alive and fruitful 😇

email: kaushaldesai123@gmail.com 

 

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Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary-Himalayan Monal

Posted by Susan Sharma on March 16, 2019

 
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Is the Himalayan Monal the Peacock of the Hills?

 

Watch our trip report to Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary and Sarahan at the

https://youtu.be/5DMmzNTOrzY

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