Maharashtra Wildlife


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Popular Destinations in Maharashtra Wildlife

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve

Pench National Park

Bor Wildlife Sanctuary

Sanjay Gandhi National Park

Good to know things about Maharashtra Wildlife

Varied Ecosystems

Maharashtra has a diversified ecology, with dense forests, grasslands, and coastal regions. This diversity results in a diverse range of wildlife species, each adapted to a distinct habitat.

Tiger Conservation Efforts

Maharashtra has many Project Tiger reserves, including Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, Pench National Park, and Sahyadri Tiger Reserve, that are actively involved in tiger conservation.

Bhigwan's Flamingo City

Bhigwan is especially well-known for its "Flamingo City," where thousands of flamingos congregate throughout the winter months, providing a beautiful spectacle for birdwatchers.

Eco-sensitive Zones

Many wildlife regions in Maharashtra have been recognised as eco-sensitive zones in order to safeguard and conserve the natural ecosystem. These policies seek to strike a balance between conservation and long-term growth.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the wildlife of Maharashtra?
Furthermore, the state receives regular rain, which means there is plenty of greenery, attracting a diverse range of creatures such as Tigers, Crocodiles, Bisons, Gawas, Neelgais, and countless other bird species.
Which famous wildlife sanctuary is in Maharashtra?

The Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is a wildlife refuge in the Maharashtra district of Chandrapur. It is Maharashtra’s most important wildlife sanctuary and the state’s oldest and largest national park. The Tadoba Region’s national park, which covers a size of 116.54 square kilometres, was established in 1955.

Which new animal found in Maharashtra?
Sparbambus sindhudurg: A new spider species has been discovered in Maharashtra. This discovery not only expands our understanding of Indian arachnid biodiversity, but it also emphasises the importance of protecting natural ecosystems in Sindhudurg and adjacent areas.
Which is the most famous bird sanctuary in Maharashtra?

Mayani is one of India’s most well-known bird sanctuaries! The bird sanctuary is well-known across the world for its vast array of migratory and native bird species. According to the 2005 census, there were around 400 bird species here.

Which is the largest zoo in Maharashtra?

Balasaheb Thackeray was an Indian politician. Gorewada International Zoological Park, named after late Marathi statesman Balasaheb Thackeray, is a zoo in Nagpur, Maharashtra, India. With about 1914 Hectares of land abutting the Gorewada Lake, this is expected to be India’s largest captive Zoo Safari.

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