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The richness and diversity of vegetation and wildlife in India is unique. India's national parks and wild life sanctuaries including bird sanctuaries ranges from Ladakh in Himalaya to Southern tip of Tamil Nadu, are rich in bio-diversity and heritage. India's rich tropical forests support wildlife extensively. The range and diversity of India's wildlife heritage is unrivaled with 96 national parks and over 500 wildlife sanctuaries. With a great variety of mammals and over 585 species of birds, India's first national park, the Jim Corbett National Park was established in the foothills of Himalaya. The other exotic wildlife parks are Ranthambore (Rajasthan), Gir (Gujarat), Kanha and Bandhavgarh (Madhya Pradesh), Periyar (Kerala) and Kaziranga (Assam) etc.

Wildlife lovers will be thrilled to watch magnificent Bird Sanctuary at Bharatpur, Rajasthan as it is the second habitat in the world that is visited by the Siberian Cranes in winter and it provides a vast breeding area for the native water birds. In the Indian deserts, the most discussed bird is the Great Indian bustard. Renowned worldwide for its rich and diverse flora and fauna, the Sunderbans Tiger Reserve in West Bengal is among the finest national parks in India. Moving through the largest estuarine delta in the world is quite a thrilling experience. The flora and fauna of the region are the major attractions here.

In western Himalaya, one can see birds like Himalayan monal pheasant, western tragopan, koklass, white crested khalij pheasant, griffon vultures, lammergiers, choughs, ravens. In the Andaman and Nicobar region, about 250 species and sub species of birds are found, such as rare Narcondum horn bill, Nicobar pigeon and megapode. A visit to Indian wildlife sanctuaries and national parks is quiet an amazing experience. The vegetation and terrain in India is such that wild animals are often solitary or in small herds, elusive and shy. India has unmatched variety of flora and fauna that makes it extensively different from the rest of the world. A wildlife tour in India can be enjoyed during any season and worthwhile place for visitors especially who love wild life and a lasting experience to cherish forever.