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National Parks in Maharashtra

Maharashtra the largest Indian state and economic capital of India, is also home home to a large number of animals and bird species, including the tiger, Crocodile, Bison, Gawa, Neelgai, Wild Deer, Sambar and rare migratory birds. Below is the list of some of the important wildlife national park in Maharashtra.


Navegaon National Park Tadoba National Park

 

Wildlife Sanctuaries in Maharashtra


Sanjay Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary Anerdam Wildlife Sanctuary Yawal Wildlife Sanctuary
Karnala Bird Sanctuary Malvan Marine Sanctuary Phansad Wildlife Sanctuary
Tansa Wildlife Sanctuary Gautala Wildlife Sanctuary Jaikwadi Wildlife Sanctuary
Naygaon Mayur Wildlife Sanctuary Yedshi Ramling Wildlife Sanctuary Bhimashankar Wildlife Sanctuary
Rehkuri Blackbuck Wildlife Sanctuary Nandur Mahyameshwar Wildlife Sanctuary Kalsubai Harishchandragad Wildlife Sanctuary
Mayureshwar Wildlife Sanctuary Great Indian Bustard Wildlife Sanctuary Koyana Wildlife Sanctuary
Radhanagri Wildlife Sanctuary Sagareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary  

 

Navegaon National Park

The Navegaon National Park located in Navegoan, Gondia is one of the most popular forest resorts in the Vidarbha region. The Park is spread over an area of 135 sq kms. A picturesque lake with crystal clear water, stretching over an area of 11 sq. kms is set in the midst of hill ranges and can be approached through a series of winding trails.

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Tadoba National Park

Tadoba National Park is the oldest national park of the State of Maharahtra and since 1993, a Project Tiger Reserve. It derives its name from the local God, "Taru". The legend goes that the village chief "Taru" was killed in an epic fight with the tiger. He is worshipped by all the local villagers as the deity of "Tadoba".

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