What are the species found in Namdapha National Park?
Namdapha National Park is located at a few kilometre away from Miao amidst misty blue hills along the turbulent Noa-Dihing river lies in the sprawling tropical rain forest. It was declared as Tiger Reserve by the Government in 1983….
|Faunal Group||Numbers of Species|
|Butterflies & Moths||140|
Which animal is protected in Namdapha National Park?
Four pantherine species occur in the park: leopard (Panthera pardus), snow leopard (P. uncia), tiger (P. tigris) and clouded leopard (Neofelis nebulosa). Other predators present in the protected area are dhole, Malayan sun bear, Indian wolf and Asiatic black bear.
How many tigers are there in Namdapha National Park?
Kaziranga National Park in Assam has the highest tiger population of 125, while the minimum number of four each were recorded in Namdapha National Park in Arunachal Pradesh, the report said.
What is the oldest National Park in India?
Corbett has the glory of being India’s oldest and most prestigious National Park. It is also being honoured as the place where Project Tiger was first launched in 1973. The magical landscape, the sighting of tigers, elephants, and the most varied wildlife makes it fascinating to visit.
Which National Park is biggest in India?
Hemis National Park
The Biggest National Parks In India
|1||Hemis National Park||Jammu and Kashmir|
|2||Desert National Park||Rajasthan|
|3||Gangotri National Park||Uttarakhand|
|4||Namdapha National Park||Arunachal Pradesh|
Which national park has no tiger?
Himachal Pradesh hill stations like Shimla, Manali attracts tourists from all over the country and home to one of the largest national parks of India, GHNP with animals such as Himalayan brown bear, blue sheep, snow leopard but No Tiger.
Which national park has no Tiger?
|Jim Corbett National Park|
|Visitors||500,000 (in 1999)|
|Governing body||Project Tiger, Government of Uttarakhand, Wildlife Warden, Jim Corbett National Park|
Where is India’s first human anatomy park?
It situated in Udaipur.
Where is Namdapha Tiger Reserve in Arunachal Pradesh?
Namdapha National Park & Tiger Reserve is located in the Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh. The area covered by the Namdapha Tiger Reserve was originally a reserve forest. It was declared a Wildlife Sanctuary under the Assam Forest Regulation 1891 on 2nd Oct.’1972.
When was Namdapha Tiger Reserve declared as a National Park?
It was declared a Wildlife Sanctuary under the Assam Forest Regulation 1891 on 2nd Oct.’1972. It was later declared a National Park on 12th May 1983, under Wildlife (Protection) Act1972. In the same year it was declared as a tiger reserve under Project Tiger Scheme of the Govt. of India on 15th March’1983.
Which is the best camping site in Namdapha National Park?
The Forest Inspection Bungalow located at Deban itself surrounded by evergreen forest over looking the river Noa-Dihing is worth-staying. It is also ideal for trekking, hiking and angling on the river Noa-Dihing. Located on the Noa-Dehing River bank 25 Km from the Deban Forest lodge. This is a popular camping site full of nature’s splendours.
What kind of animals live in Namdapha National Park?
Large herbivores are represented by Indian elephant, wild boar, musk deer, Indian muntjac, hog deer, sambar, gaur, goral, mainland serow, takin and bharal. Non-human primates present include stump-tailed macaque, slow loris, hoolock gibbon, capped langur, Assamese macaque and rhesus macaque.