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Rajasthan Wildlife
The royal state of Rajasthan is a haven for a wide spectrum of wildlife. The topography of Rajasthan ranges from the desolate desert, dry & deciduous forests, rocks and ravines to wetlands and lush, green forests. And each of these areas inhabits a large variety of animal and bird life within there boundary. Some of the faunas sheltering there are rare while some are endangered.
Rajasthan is home to several floras and faunas. Some of the natives found here are - tigers, black bucks, chinkara, the rare desert fox, the endangered caracal, the great Indian bustard, gavial, monitor lizard, wild boars, porcupine. The winter season is the most flourishing season and it invites numerous migratory birds from far of places. Some of the migratory birds flocking into this region during winters are - common crane, ducks, coots, pelicans and the rare Siberian cranes, imperial sand grouse, falcons, buzzards.
Ranthambhore National Park:
This is the state's most well-known tiger reserve under Project Tiger. Home of an expansive variety of other animals in is 392 sq km area, one can spot sambhar, cheetal, wild boar, leopard, sloth bear, jackal, hyena among others. Artificial lakes, dense forests and the shield of the Aravallis have helped to make this park very impressive and interesting.
 

Sariska Tiger Reserve
Sarsika is another tiger land in Rajasthan which was included in the Project Tiger in 1979. Other than leopard, sambhar, nilgai, wild dog, and chinkara, the ruins of 9th and 10th century temples exist here.
 
Keoladeo Ghana National Park
Also known as the Bhartapur Bird Sanctuary, the Keoladeo National Park was declared a National Park in 1983. The 29 sq km park is one of the world's greatest heron nesting and breeding centre. Its shallow, fresh water marsh invites thousands of migratory birds from far of places of the world. Over 10,000 nests of egrets, darters, cormorants, grey herons and storks hatch nearly 20,000 to 30,000 chicks every year. There is a diverse variety of migratory birds. Mammals like the sambhar, blackbuck, chital, nilgai, fishing cat, otter and mongoose also roam freely here.
 
Desert National Sanctuary
This park was established in 1980. It is a massive park spanning on an area of 3162 sq km. It has shrubs and trees in addition to rolling sand dunes. The wildlife stock here comprises fox, desert cat, hare, spiney tail uromastix and sand fish. Thousands of sparrows, imperial sand grouse, bustards, falcons and eagles migrate here during the winter.
 
Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary
The majestic fort of Kumbhalgarh overlooks the 578 sq km sanctuary. The Aravallis hills, which remain barren for most of the year, turns green during the monsoons and provide shelter to sloth bear, leopard, flying squirrel. It is also the only sanctuary where the Indian wolf is breeding successfully.
 
Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary
The lake and forested hills of this reserve, 32 km from Bikaner on the Jaisalmer road, are inhabited by wildfowl, hares , wild boar, desert foxes and a number of deer and antelopes including blackbucks and bluebulls. The lake at Gajner invites water birds in thousands. Imperial sand gouse migrates here in winter. Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary, houses the former Hunting lodge of Bikaner and has a beautiful lake bounded by a fat forest.
 
Mount Abu Sanctuary
Established in 1960, this provides shelter to the common langaur, wild boar, sambhar and leopard. The highest point of Aravallis, the Guru Shikhar, lies in this 289 sq km sanctuary. The grey jungle fowl can also be spotted here. Besides, a number of flowering trees heightens the beauty of this place.
 
Jaisamand Sanctuary
Located beside the man-made Jaisamand Lake, the sanctuary was established in 1957. Covering a total area of 160 sq km, it harbours sloth bear, leopard, chital, chinkara, wild boar and a number of birds. Some crocodiles and fish can also be spotted here.
 
Get Rajasthan
Visit by Air -Jaipur (the state capital)
Visit by Rail -Each part of Rajasthan is well connected by railways.
Visit by Road There are well defined roads in Rajasthan.

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