May 10, 2010 | |

Tadoba National Park Bombay Natural History Society BNHS

Tadoba National Park is Maharashtra’s oldest national park, created in 1955. It is one of India’s 28 project tiger reserves. Situtated in Chandrapur district, the National Park covers 623 km² of two forested areas of the Tadoba and Andhari range. Along with tigers, Tadoba is a home for Leopard, Sloth Bear, Gaur, Wild Dog, hyena, Sambar, Cheetal, Nilgai, Four-horned Antelope and Barking Deer. The TadobaLake has the Marsh Crocodile. It is also a birdwatchers’ paradise with a good variety of birds. Read More.

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