Pilibhit Tiger Reserve Reopens for Visitors
Pilibhit Tiger Reserve, home to around 44 tigers, reopened for visitors on Sunday. The authorities of tiger reserve have made elaborate arrangements to make the visit of the tourists to the tiger reserve memorable. Pilibhit Tiger Reserve is gaining worldwide popularity and is gradually becoming a famous wildlife destination in India. The park has received good response from tourists and animal lovers as the booking process for the month is almost complete.
Akhtar Mian Khan, a Wildlife Expert says that Pilibhit Tiger Reserve (PTR) is famous for being home to a large tiger population and endangered animals that are hard to find like barking deer, honey badger, leopards, swamp francolin, Bengal bustard, vultures, and barking deer. Shelduck (commonly known as Brahminy duck in India) and red crested pochard are also sighted in the Pilibhit Tiger Reserve. He further said that November is the best time to visit the tiger reserve as many tourists will witness the arrival of avian species from the neighboring countries.
Pilibhit was declared a Tiger Reserve in 2008 due to its highest density of tigers among protected areas in the world.
As per Kailash Prakash, divisional forest officer of PTR, all the forest lodges, and hotels nearby the tiger reserves are completely safe and in a pretty good condition. New roads have been repaired, but nothing much is done as this might disturb animals. He further stated that authorities are expecting a huge footfall this time. Pilibhit Tiger Reserve can definitely give a thrilling rendezvous with the wilderness of India.
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