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BANJAAR TOLA

KANHA NATIONAL PARK


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DRAMA IN THE GRASSLAND
Date: 3 Mar 2011
It's not every day one sees the tiger walking out in the open grasslands. This is what happened during an evening game drive, which we were to find out, had something else in store for us. When we reached the grasslands, this tigress was...
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FEEDING TIGER
Date: 3 Mar 2011
Feeding on a chital, we spotterd this tiger and had an opportunity to watch it feed for a short time. While the branches may have hindered the view to some extent, it gave me the opportunity to focus on the eyes and forehead of this beautiful animal.
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SAMBAR AT THE SPA
Date: 3 Mar 2011
Winter is breeding season for a number of species of deer, including the Sambar. Samabr males are majestic fellows with large antlers. In order to attract the doe, a sambar male will usually urinate and wallow in it to give off a scent. We came...
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Discover the beautiful jungle of Kanha National Park and learn about the rich biodiversity of Central India from an &Beyond trained naturalist. Travel in comfort in a specially designed Tata open 4x4 safari vehicle. Enjoy twice-daily safaris in the Park and tick off Kanha's ten Star Birds (a unique Taj and &Beyond programme).

Kanha Fauna

The Park has a large population of tiger, as well as a significant number of leopard, sloth bear and Indian wild dog. The most abundant prey species is the spotted deer, or chital. Other species that may be encountered include the three-striped palm squirrel, jackal, wild pig, black buck, striped hyena, mouse deer, chinkara and ant-eating pangolin. However, Kanha's exceptional success story is that of the hardwater barasingha, or swamp deer, which populate the large open tracts of grass amidst the teak and bamboo forests. A highly endangered species, the barasingha is thriving within Kanha, where strict measures are in place to protect this rare mammal. With over 200 recorded bird species, the Park is also a bird watcher paradise.

Kanha Flora

Kanha National Park is one of the largest and most scenic wildlife sanctuaries in India. Lush sal and bamboo forests are interspersed with grassy meadows and rocky ravines. Vast meadows known as maidans occur amidst the mixed forest and provide exceptional grasses for grazing. Perennial streams run through a number of these meadows, providing a water source even in the hot summers. The Banjaar River forms the Park's southwestern boundary and the plateau of Bamhni Dadr rises high above the dense forests. While the lowland forests are a mixture of sal and other forest trees, the highland thickets are made up of deciduous growth, with bamboo often occurring on the slopes. The striking Indian ghost tree, or kullu, can be seen among the dense growth.

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