about 70 km from Nagpur
The Pench National Park is located in northwestern Maharastra in India, about 70 km from the city of Nagpur. Spread over an area of 275 kmÂ², 10% area of the park is in Maharastra rest 90% of area is in the neighbouring state of Madhya Pradesh. The vegetation here is typical of the southern tropical deciduous forest. The best time to visit the park is between February and April. The common animals which can be seen are the gaur, sambhars, blue bulls, macaque, langur, wild boar, bears and wild dogs and the Park is well-known for its deers and leopards. A few tigers and civets can also be spotted sometimes.
Wardha District, Maharashtra
Bor wildlife sanctuary was declared as a tiger reserve in 2014. The sanctuary is considered an important 'satellite' area which has the potential to serve as a 'stepping stone' for tigers dispersing from the source area of Pench Tiger reserve.
Navegaon-Nagzira is the fifth tiger reserve of the state of Maharashtra and 46th in India. This new reserve, notified on 2013, comprises of the of Nawegaon National Park, Nawegaon Wildlife Sanctuary, Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary, New Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary and Koka Wildlife Sanctuary.
Created in 1995 Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is located in Chandrapur district, Maharashtra state, India. It is Maharashtra's oldest and largest national park.
Hoshangabad, Madhya Pradesh
This is one of the first decleared Reserved Forest Areas of India due to its ecological and commercial importance. It was declared as National Park in 1981. Further It was notified as Tiger Reserve in the year 2000 thus also called Satpura Tiger Reserve. Satpura National Park is rich in biodiversity.
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