Wednesday, January 18, 2012

The National Park and Efforts to Preserve Tigers in India

Near the potential site of Rhmankedha, where tiger was expected to come Forest Department, Wildlife Trust of India and the team Tiger and Terrain were keeping surveillance on January 12 approximately at 1 AM in night. Suddenly someone asked form the Forest Department for antidote. Experts began to see each other on this question. Actually the medicine which used to unconscious was there but the medicine which help get out of fainting, antidote was not called. In the result the team was decided to return back who is waiting for tiger. A tiger cannot be faint more than three hours because always risk of coma and also of dying. So at the time of tranquilize, antidote is also very important. In the morning came to know that the place where the team was waiting, tiger passed by the same place. This is the real story of efforts towards capturing and securing the tiger.
There is total 27 tiger reserve in India to secure the existence of our national animal. The list of national park in India is as below:

  • Bandipur National Park (1973-74)

  • Jim Corbett National Park (1973-74)

  • Kanha National Park (1973-74)

  • Manas National Park (1973-74)

  • Melghat Wildlife Sanctuary (1973-74)

  • Palamau National Park (1973-74)

  • Ranthambore National Park (1973-74)

  • Simlipal National Park (1973-74)

  • Sunderbans National Park (1973-74)

  • Periyar National Park (1978-79)

  • Sariska National Park (1978-79)

  • Buxa National Park (1982-83)

  • Indravati National Park (1982-83)

  • Nagarjunsagar National Park (1982-83)

  • Namdapha National Park (1982-83)

  • Dudhwa National Park (1987-88)

  • Kalakad-Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve (1988-89)

  • Valmiki National Park (1989-90)

  • Pench National Park - Madhya Pradesh (1992-93)

  • Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve (1993-94)

  • Bandhavgarh National Park (1993-94)

  • Panna National Park (1994-95)

  • Dampha Tiger Reserve (1994-95)

  • Bhadra National Park (1998-99)

  • Pench National Park - Maharashtra (1998-99)

  • Pakhui-Nameri Tiger Reserve (1999-2000)

  • Bori, Satpura & Pachmarhi Wildlife Sanctuaries (1999-2000)