Fauna and Flora

A visit to this marvelous national park serves a great opportunity to learn about the ecosystem and plant and animal life. In future these forest only can be preserved if people are environmentally responsible.

Fauna
Corbett

Corbett Tiger Reserve is a protected forest sprawling in an area of more than 1500 square kilometres and home to more than 160 Royale Bengal Tigers . Apart from tiger many more species of Mammals are birds are found here. Some of them are listed below

  • Asiatic elephants
  • Sloth bear
  • Leopards
  • Crocodile
  • Ghariyal
  • Sambhar Deer
  • Hog deer
  • Spotted deer
  • Barking deer
  • Serpents and Rodents
  • Otters, Golden Mahssheer fish

More than 500 species of colourful birds which keeps music in this forest at its best.

Ramganga which is considered as life line of Corbett National Park has a major contribution in thriving the vast variety of birds, Mammals and Plant variety at this beautiful forest. From a estimate till now more than 25 lakhs people have visited this national park and enjoyed charismatic beauty of this forest. Apart from safari lovers every year this park attracts thousands of bird watchers from all across globe. There is a good balance between and prey and predator.

Flora
Corbett Flora

Corbett National Park falls in Indo-Gangetic Plain which are one of most fertile land patches in India. Flora of a national park is starting point of food chain. It offers food and natural habitat to wildlife in forest. At Corbett National park as the altitude and closeness to water body changes its flora also changes. The south western part of park becomes comparatively dry in summers and is rich in shrubs while mostly eastern part of park remains evergreen. In the middle part of Corbett National Park Ramganga River has created flood plains these flood plains makes large grassland where herds of Elephants and Deer’s are seen making a rumble.



At Corbett National Park mainly following vegetation is found :-

  • Saal and Sagvaan
  • Rohini-One of Favorite of Elephants
  • Bamboo
  • Shrubs of ber,
  • Grassland
  • Bakil
  • Jamoon
  • Banj Oak
  • Haldo
  • Adina
  • Pipal
  • Semal
  • Kachnar
  • Dhal
  • Indian Coral