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Location: Lahhimpur- Kheri District   Map

Area: 490 km²

Tourist information: Field Director Dudua (05872) 252 106

Open: 15 Nov- 15 June

Dudhwa National Park

Dudhwa National Park

 

 

 

 

 

Dudhwa National Park is located in the Lahhimpur- Kheri District of India. Dudhwa National Park covers an area of 490 km². The forests of Dudhwa were made a national park on 1 February 1949. Kishanpur Wildlife Sanctuary was incorporated into Dudhwa National Park in the year 19-4 and declared a tiger protected area. Later, a buffer zone of 4 sq. Km was incorporated in the year 1944, now the area of ​​this protected area has become 6 sq. Km. The preservation of this forest and its forest wealth started with the arrival of Sir DV Brandis in the year 180 CE and in 171 AD, 303 sq km of this forest was protected under the Government of British India, later many of the Khairigarh State This forest was expanded by including forests. In 1957, an area of ​​15.7 sq km was declared as Sonaripur Sanctuary, which was later extended to the rank of Dudhwa Sanctuary in 1919 by extending it to 212 sq km. It was primarily designed with the conservation of Barasinha species in mind. The forested area was then known as the North-West Forest of Kheri District, but in 1936, it received the title of North Kheri Forest Division. This is a wonderful product.

Description
At the time of the establishment of Dudhwa National Park, there are tigers, leopards, ganda, elephants, reindeer, chital, Padha, kankar, Krishna deer, chaussinga, sambar, nilgai, wild dog, wolf, hyena, jackal, fox, Hispan hair, rattail, black Naked stark, woolly nested stark, open billed stark, panted stark, bengal florican, parkupine, flying squirrel, besides birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish and a Rthopods was the millions of species habitat. Wild buffaloes also once lived here, which gradually disappeared due to interference of human population. Evidence of the existence of these buffaloes ever existed can be seen by seeing the petals and foreheads of the domesticated animals living in the forest area, that the DNA of their ancestors is showing the same symptoms. Crocodiles and crocodiles will also be visible to you, which is the lifeline of this forest and in the huge rivers like Sharda and Ghaghra. Gangetic dolphin also completes its life cycle in the streams passing through these forests. Their presence and the excitement of jumping up for water makes them excited.

Climate and geographical location
Dudhwa National Park, situated at an altitude of 150-182 meters above sea level - average rainfall - 1500 mm. Is recorded From November to February, the maximum temperature is 20 to 30 degrees Celsius, minimum is 4 to 8 degrees Celsius, fog and nights are cold in the morning. From March to May, the temperature is 30 to 35 degrees Celsius and the minimum is 20 to 25 degrees Celsius. In June to October, the maximum temperature is 35 to 40 degree Celsius and minimum is 20 to 25 degree Celsius.

 

 

 

 

 

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