All About Jim Corbett National Park
It is a national park in India situated at Nainital, uttrakhand. Jim Corbett national park was the first ever national park of India. In the year 1936 a Jim Corbett National park named after a governor of union provinces William Malcolm Halley as Halley National park but later the name was changed to Jim Corbett National Park after Jim Corbett as he played a major role in establishing this beautiful national park to preserve the beautifull flora and fauna of this place.
Jim Corbett national park has a variety of species of plants, birds and animals. It contains
More than 580 species of migratory birds.
More than 30 species of reptiles
More than 5 species of fishes
More than 35 species of dragonflies
More than 400 tree species
Even amphibians are recorded to be around 6 species and mammals around 50 species.
Some examples of the following species are listed below
Himalayan Black Bear
Indian Gray Moose
crested Serpent Eagle
Red Jungle flow
Bengal Tigers, etc
Jim Corbett national park also comes under the Project Tiger. As Tiger is our national animal and it became an endangered specie, it because necessary for the government to preserve the remaining tigers. Due to the nature and environment of Jim Corbett national park it is easier for tigers to hide themselves in camouflage. With enough animal in the park it is not difficult for tigers to find their prey
Indian elephants can be found in the herd of hundreds. And Indian python are equally ferocious as Bengal Tigers
Jim Corbett national park has many hills, marshy depressions, grasslands, and lakes total comprises 520 sq km. 10 percent of th land is covered with grasslands and 73 percent is covered with forest. The dence and moist deciduous forests contains a variety of trees which is recorded as a total of 480+ different plant species.
The climate of this beautiful location is between 5°C in winters and goes upto 40°C in Summers
Jim Corbett National park is one of the major tourist destination that also promotes protection of wildlife. Government has also started workshop to promote ecotourism in this national park. This also helps the local citizens to earn profit from tourists
Jim Corbett National park is 224 km from Delhi and it is easily reachable through road as well as railway and airport
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