Tiger Reserve: Grassland and water resources to be developed afresh…



All the Tiger Reserve and Wildlife Sanctuaries of the country including Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve, Rajaji Tiger Reserve, all tiger, bears, elephants, leopards, along with providing safe natural shelter to all the wildlife as well as providing suitable food to them. A new study of the landscape has been started in.

Under the National Wildlife Action Plan prepared by the Union Ministry of Forests, Environment and Climate Change, it has been said to further develop the landscape in all the tiger reserves of the country as well as to focus more on pastures and watersheds for wildlife. is.

Let me tell you, Rajaji Tiger Reserve and Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve are increasing year by year in the number of wildlife of all species including wildlife, elephant, tiger, bear, leopard in all the tiger reserves of the country. In such a situation, there is a problem of wildlife living and eating.
Incidents of fatal skirmishes occur in all the tiger reserves of the country on the day of taking jurisdiction among wildlife, especially among tigers. For this, the Union Ministry of Forests, Environment and Climate Change has insisted on developing more landscapes within the Tiger Reserve. So that there is no problem of drinking food for wildlife.

The responsibilities assigned to the Wildlife Institute of India under the National Wildlife Action Plan prepared by the Union Ministry of Environment, Climate Change are being discharged with full responsibility. Wherever scientists of Wildlife Institute scientists are needed for conservation of wildlife, every possible help is being provided. The scientists of Wildlife Institute along with the officials of all the tiger reserves and the forest department of the states are giving their full cooperation in bringing all the schemes to the ground.
-Dr. Dhananjay Mohan Director, Wildlife Institute of India

The landscape is being developed to provide safe natural habitat to all wildlife including tigers, bears, elephants in the Rajaji Tiger Reserve. Grass nursery has been prepared in the Chilwali range to ensure that there is no shortage of pasture for wildlife. Which will later be planted in all areas of the Tiger Reserve. So that there is no shortage of grass for wildlife. Whatever guidelines have been issued under the National Wildlife Action Plan.
– DK Singh, Director, Rajaji Tiger Reserve

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