Dubri Tiger Reserve
Located in the Sidhi District of Madhya Pradesh state in India, Sanjay National Park is a part of the Sanjay-Dubri Tiger Reserve covering an area of nearly 466.7 km2. The Sanjay national park is rich in biodiversity with abundant wildlife. It is mostly composed of sal forests. Leopard, Tiger, Spotted deer, sambar deer, wild boar Chinkara, Neelgai, Civet, Porcupine, Monitor Lizard, and three hundred nine species of birds. Most attractive birds are Racket-tailed drongos, Lesser Adjutant, Golden Hooded Oriole, Red-headed vulture, cenareous vulture, Indian Pitta Rufus-Treepie, Indian white-rumped vulture, Nightjars, Egyption vulture and many other species.
The Sanjay National Park is an ideal habitat for a wide species of animals and birds and is known for its diverse flora and fauna. This park is visited by numbers of tourists and nature lovers. The best season to visit this park is from October to June. Surrounded by the mountain and rivers, and sprawling vegetation Sanjay national park hosts various species of mammals, reptiles and birds.
Consisting vegetation of bamboo and Sal forests, The Sanjay national park is home to various species of mammals, reptiles and birds. Some well known species of animals found in the forest are, barking deer, tigers, gibbons, leopard cats, panthers, elephants, buffalos, porcupines, sloth bears, wild dogs and so on. Various types of reptiles are also in the park.
The Sanjay National Park is an ideal place for bird watchers. This national park is harboring wide species of birds like Blue Kingfishers, parrots, bulbuls, Crimson Breasted Barbets, wagtails, woodpeckers and lots more.
Visiting Sanjay national park gives you chance to witness the scenic beauty and various species of flora and fauna. It is advisable to must visit it once.
The park lies in Sidhi district of Central Indian State, Madhya Pradesh. Sidhi is about 70 km far from the park, which is basically a city of Madhya Pradesh that has a wide connectivity in all means of transport.
The Nearest Aerodrome is Banaras and the Nearest Railheads are Sidhi, Shahdol and Rewa. There are bus facilities available from Sindhi and Shahdol to reach here.
This park remains closed in rainy season.