NOT MORE THAN 1200 TIGERS ARE LEFT IN INDIA.. IT'S NOW OR NEVER.. !!!!


Wednesday, October 16, 2013

The beginning of a new season!

October 16, 2013 : It is that time of the year for which all the wildlife lovers and enthusiasts were waiting since the last three months. The National Parks in Madhya Pradesh are now open. It was a great opening as far as tiger sightings in the two major tiger reserves in Madhya Pradesh is concerned. Kanha and Bandhavgarh both were loaded with tourists and photographers for the first drive. Where most of the people had booked their safari drives in advance, others had to wait for the current bookings.

It is the same every year but this time around a few things have changed. After the Apex Court ruled out a few points in the tourism case, the vehicles entering tiger reserves have been confined. But the passion and love for wildlife did not not fade. After all, wildlifers were waiting for this moment since months.

Tiger sightings have always been an attraction in the state. The new season did not disappoint the wildlifers. It sure will be an action packed season with migratory birds who have already started to come to Central India.

Sightings in Bandhavgarh: The cubs of the famous tigress Bacchi were sighted near Rajbehra. It is a good sign that the cubs have started to move on their own in the wild.

Sightings in Kanha: Munna, the dominant male was seen patrolling his territory early in the morning. I am sure it was a brilliant sight. (I shall be sharing pictures of Munna in my next post).

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