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 National parks of India - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In addition to its national parks, India has established many wildlife sanctuaries and forest preserves, some of which were established in the nineteenth century.
India 's first National park was Hailey National Park, now Jim Corbett National Park, established in 1935.
The Indian government has also established thirteen Biosphere Reserves, which protect larger areas of natural habitat, and often include one or more national parks and/or preserves, along buffer zones that are open to some economic uses. /wiki/National_parks_(India)

 Manas National Park - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
red panda, Manas is one of the best-kept national parks in India.
Manas National Park, a Project Tiger reserve, lies among the foothills of the Bhutan
In the past Manas has faced a number of problems, including deforestation, poaching and insurgency, all of which have taken a toll on the park's wildlife. /wiki/Manas_National_Park

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Eco-development of the Southern Periphery of the Manas National Park: A Socio-economic Survey of Villages in the Project Area.
The *Bengal floricans of the National Park were estimated at 80 individuals with 24 male territories in the park in 1988 (Narayan et al.,1989); this is a fifth of the world population.
The Manas basin in the west of the park, is frequently flooded during the monsoon but never for very long due to the sloping relief. /sites/wh/manas.html

 Manas National Park
Manas National Park in Assam is situated on the foothills of the Himalayas and a portion of it stretches to Bhutan (the neighbouring Princely State).
Manas National Park in Assam is a favourite with many bird species, resident and migratory.
The physiology of the park is mostly small meadows located among densely forested foothills with many rivulets, streams and natural drains flowing all around. /manas-national-park.html

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The river Manas flows into the national Park from the gorges of Bhutan and split into two major streams of which the main water course comes out of the National Park about 30 km downstream is known as ‘Beki’.
Located in wooded surroundings and adjacent to the Nameri National Park in the Eastern Himalayan foothills, it is a mere 38 km from the historic town of Tezpur in the Sonitpur district of Assam, India.
The national park on the whole is a flat land. /Manas.html

 National parks, wildlife, tourism and travel guide on India from chooseindiatravels
Manas national park is located on the banks of the river Manas in the foothills of Bhutan.
Manas national park is 176 km from Guwahati from where is easier to drive than to take any other transport.
Manas is a very special biosphere, for it harbors twenty species of birds and animals that are highly endangered and listed in the IUCN red data book. /tourism/manas.html

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A major Tiger Project, Manas is one of the India's most magnificent National Parks.
It was elevated to the National Park status in 1999 restricting its core area to 340 sq.
Manas is one of the nine tiger reserves elevated watch tower one can see them yielding to their death wish and their little plumage dropping down. /wildlife-in-assam.html

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The Gir National Park is where the last surviving population of the Asiatic lion is to be found and the Little Rann of Kutch, the home of the Indian wild ass.
The first national park of Nepal was set up in 1973.
Park has a rugged terrain and the steep rocky hillsides are recovered in mixed deciduous forests. /wildlife-sanctuaries.html

 Manas National Park,Manas Tiger Reserve in Manas National Park Assam
Manas National Park,Manas Tiger Reserve in Manas National Park Assam
Manas stretches over the national boundary to Bhutan where it is known as the Royal Manas Park.
Earlier known as North Kamrup, the Manas National Park spans over an area of 391 sq km. /manas-national-park.html

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L ocated in the Ganga delta in West Bengal, spanning the Hooghly in the west and Teulia river in the east, Sunderbans was declared a National Park in 1984.
The Sajnakhali sanctuary, famous for its rich avian population, is regarded as a part of the Sunderbans National Park.
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About 176 kilometres from Guwahati, the world heritage site, Manas National Park lies just in between Kaziranga and Jaldapada.
The lifeline of the Park, Manas River forms a natural boundary between India and the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan.
On the other side of the jungle, majestic herds of elephants wade through swamps and tall elephant grass (although in comparison to the other National Parks, it is very difficult to spot the elephants here). /wildlife/parks/manas.html

 GORP - India's National Parks
Golden langurs can be found only in a small patch of forest on the Manas River, which forms the border between the Manas Wildlife Sanctuary in Bhutan and the Manas National Park in India.
Once a popular hunting ground among the British, the park was named in honor of the late Jim Corbett, a legendary hunter-naturalist turned author and photographer who helped in demarcating the park's boundaries.Today India has dozens of national parks and hundreds of wildlife sanctuaries.
Gir Forest holds the last surviving population of Asiatic lion in the world, and Kaziranga National Park in Assam is home to a large population of one-horned rhinoceroses and wild buffalo. /gorp/location/asia/india/np_intro.htm

 Kaziranga National Park
Manas National Park is situated at the foothills of Bhutan covering parts of the districts of Barpeta and Kokrajhar of Assam.
The park is 239 kilometers away by Road from the nearest Airport of Guwahati, which is being upgraded to an international airport.
November 1998 it was officially established as a National Park. /wildlife.html

The Bannerghata National Park project comprises the National Park, the Safari Park with a Herbivore Safari and a Lion Safari, Picnic Corner, Crocodile Farm, Serpentarium, Pets Corner, and a Museum besides a Park of pre-historic animals.
Established in 1971, the Bannerghata National Park, in Karnataka, lies 22 kms from Bangalore.
At the park one can find an astonishing range of flora and fauna which include trees like sandal, neem, tamarind, jalari, chujjullu, zizyphus among others.The main inhabitants are the magnificent elephants who migrate from Kollegal and nearby Tamil Nadu and feed on the abudant bamboo growth. /wildlife/bannerghata.htm

 Royal Manas National Park
R oyal Manas National Park is the oldest protected area in Bhutan.
The park adjoins Black Mountains National Park to the south and is 25 miles from the nearest town.
Located between the subtropical jungles of the south and the alpine-tundra habitats of the north, this park constitutes the largest and richest temperate forest reserve in the Himalayas. /parksearch/parks/html/1992llt.htm

 Birdwatching trip report - India -
There are presently no special permits required to visit Manas (being in Assam), although you must request permission to stay in the park by writing as early as possible to its Field Director at the Forest Office in Barpeta Road.
At Manas, the park has at last reopened following a long period of effective closure due to security fears.
We flew into India at Kolkata (Calcutta), taking an onward domestic flight with Jet Airways to Jorhat in Assam (only two hours by bus/car from Kaziranga National Park). /mb/trips/india-mw-0503.html

 Madhav National Park India
It was established as the Shivpuri National Park in 1958 simultaneously with the creation of the State of Madhya Pradesh.
Madhav (Shivpuri) National Park 156 sq km in area, the park is open throughout the year.
The predominant species that inhabits the park is the deer, of which the most easily sighted are the graceful little Chinkara, the Indian gazelle, and the Chital. /madhav-national-park.html

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Covering an area of 430-sq-kms on the southern bank of the Brahmaputra, Kaziranga National Park, 217-km east of Guwahati, occupies the vast valley floor against a backdrop of the forest-covered Karbi Anglong hills.
Kaziranga, the greatest park of all, is renowned for its elephant grass and Rhino, but also incorporates some forest areas.
There is wide range of accommodation facility at the park, which vary from rest houses, dormitory and lodges maintained by the forest department and the ITDC. /assam/wildlife/kaziranga-wildlife-sanctuary.html

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Once an exclusive hunting preserve of the Maharaja of Kashmir, it was declared a national park in 1951, owing to a strictly enforced conservation programme, to preserve the or Hangul population or the Kashmiri Stag.
The Great Himalayan National Park, H.P. The National Park with an area of 620-sq-kms is caved out of the splendid mountain terrain of the Kullu District and has the representative area of temperate and alpine forests of Himachal.
Sultanpur national park was a stretch of marshy land that has been remodeled and converted into a water body. /national-parks

 Manas National Park
The sanctuary is on the Bhutan border with Manas river serving as its boundary.
This park was declared a Reserve Forest under Project Tiger in year 1973 with the total area of 2600 sq.
Manas is a very special place with its breathtaking beauty. /manas-national-park.html

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The Park is situated in the Seoni District of Southern Madhya Pradesh and runs in continuation with Pench National Park in Maharashtra.
The Pench National Park is very rich in fauna and a number of endangered species have made it their habitat.
Pench National Park, nestling in the lower southern reaches of the Satpura hills is named after Pench river which flows from north to south through the Pench National Park. /wildlife-sanctuaries/pench-tiger-reserve.html

 Manas National Park
G olden langurs, the rarest monkey in the world, can be found only in a small patch of forest along the Manas River, which forms the border between the Manas National Park in India and the Royal Manas National Park in Bhutan.
The national park is 25 miles from the nearest town off Barapeta Road.
The parks are in the foothills of the Himalayas, where wooded hills give way to riverside grasslands and tropical forests. /parksearch/parks/html/1866llt.htm

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Manas National Park,Manas Wildlife Sanctuary,Manas Tiger Reserve in India.
The National Park is 41 km from the nearest town, Barapeta Road.
Manas is also the primary habitat of the rare golden langur.Its wetlands are of international importance. /manas_park.html

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Description: : The Manas National Park, situated in the foothills of the Bhutanese Himalayas, is famous for its majestic tigers and the golden leaf monkey.
Established : First established in 1928 as a reserve forest, the Manas National Park was designated as a tiger reserve in 1973.
Named after the Manas river, which separates Bhutan from India, the park has dense deciduous forests spread over an area of 2840 sq km which provide a sanctuary to twenty highly endangered species of birds and animals, including the hispid hare, pygmy hog and the red panda which can be seen occasionally at higher altitudes. /assam.asp

 Flood in Manas
Manas National Park, which is also a World Heritage Site, has been facing natural threats after facing anthropogenic threats for past two decades.
The Royal Manas National Park is also severely affected, 45 numbers of drum of diesels, 4 boats were washed off.
The latest threat to Manas is caused by the devastating flood that has hit Manas thrice from June till mid July 2004. /PA-Flood-Manas.htm

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Manas Tiger Reserve is home to diverse species of flora fauna.
The number of tigers in the Manas Tiger Reserve was 89 in 1997. /travel/manas.html

 Rhinoceros, jungles of Manas, Assam. Kaziranga National Park
Kaziranga National Park, situated on the main Guwahati-Jorhat highway, is easily the best place to see and photograph these grotesque animals.
The park holds a population of around 1,200 of the total of some 2,000 in India.
In the jungles of Manas a rhino springs up from his wallow disturbed by our vehicle and in a jiffy disappears under the thick vegetation cover. /wildlife/rhinoceros.htm

A two-day meeting-cum-workshop of the Manas Biosphere Conservation Forum (MBCF) was recently held at Mathanguri inside the Manas National Park.
The Dibru-Saikhowa National Park is located on the other side of the river and according to some, the locals here, who are flood affected people, fell the trees in the national park.
New national park to be declared in Hadauti region /191103d.htm National Parks
The first National Park in India was set up in 1935 in the foot hills of Himalayas in Uttar Pradesh and was known as Hailey National Park.
It is now known as (after the famed wildlife lover) Corbett National Park.
In 1970, there were only five National Parks, namely Kanha, Bandavgarh, Shivpuri, Taroba and Corbett. /wildlife/parks/park.htm

The only Tiger project in Assam, Manas is one of the India's most magnificet - National Park situated on bank of the river Manas with the back drop of Sub-Himalaya hills.
Hundreds of winged spiecies migrate to the friendly climate of Manas during Winter.
The rarest species of Manas are Hispid hare, Pigmy Hog and Golden Langur. /visitassam/manas.htm

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