Nature embrace on Tamil nadu forest ranges from the hilly western ghats and dry deciduous forests to mangroves and wetlands, grasslands and moist evergreen jungles. it has numerous wild habitats for the active wildlife tourists and wildlife conservation enthusiast.
H2O - Tamil Nadu Wild Life and Eco Tours
Vedanthangal, which literally translates to the hamlet of the hunter in Tamil, was developed into a sanctuary because of its unique water bodies and ecosystems as early as the 18th century. his sanctuary sees some of the most exquisite and unique birds from across the globe, Birds from lands as far away as Canada, Australia, Siberia and Burma flock here during peak season. The best time to visit is between November and March
The zoo houses around 1,500 wild species (including 46 endangered species) and over 1,265 acres of flora and fauna of different species. The zoo also has a large number of mammals like the White Tiger And Himalayan Black Bear, birds (the flightless bird from Australia – Rhea), reptiles, amphibians, fish and insects in the park, which explains why it is so popular and so large.
at this center about 5000 crocodiles of 6 different species, alligators & other reptiles are bred in captivity, kept in open, marshy enclosures.
The marshy forests in Pichavaram, Kadalur District, are the second largest Sundarbans in the world. Aquatic birds and animals live in these forests. These forests are thriving and grown with various herbal plants in saline water, This mangrove forests protect the coastal areas and coastal settlements and structures from natural disasters such as tsunami. While the boat rides among the green forests
Periyar wildlife sanctuary is famous for its rich flora and fauna. The forest here is tropical evergreen and moist deciduous. You can see here teak, rosewoods, sandalwoods, mangoes, tamarinds, banyans, bamboos etc. Visiting the sanctuary will be like exploring the nature around, enjoying the pristine and peaceful atmosphere around and getting relaxed from your busy schedules.
There are around 40 steep, hairpin bends to reach Valparai from the plains of Pollachi. The region is also a rich elephant tract and is known to have many leopards. The Valparai range is also the habitat of Nilgiri Tahr. Travellers can spot the lion-tailed macaque, barking deer, wild boar, the Nilgiri and the common langur among others. Valparai is also great place for bird watching. The Great Hornbill, the Malabar Pied Hornbill and the Grey Malabar Hornbill are regularly seen here.
An important eco-tourist centre with in the Anaimalai Tiger Reserve Core area, formerly Indira Gandhi National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary (sanctuary covers 958 sq.kms of core area). Separated from the Nilgiri Hills by the Palghat Gap on the north, the Park is contiguous to the Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary (Kerala) to its west and to the Eravikulam National Park (Kerala) and Chinnar Wild life sanctuary
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