India is considered to be paradise for wildlife travelers and especially north India is the hub of many wildlife attractions which includes several wildlife sanctuaries, national parks and bird sanctuaries. It covers around Himalayan mountain range and gangetic plains which nurture ever green forest and amazing natural vegetation. Some of its parks are regarded as one of the finest places for the exploring natural vegetation which includes Corbett national parks, Sariska wild life sanctuary, National zoological park near New Delhi, Maharana Pratap Sagar, The Great Himalyan national park, Kalatop wildlife sanctuary, Khajjar at Chamba, in Himachal Pradesh; Overa wildlife sanctuary at Pahalgam, Gulmarg biosphere Reserve, The hemis altitude national parks, ladakh, Ram nagar wildlife sanctuary, near jammu in jammu and Kashmir; Dudhwa national park, Nawab Ganj bird sanctuary near lukhnow in Uttar Pradesh; Rajaji National park at Haridwar, Ashkot wildlife sanctuary at Pithoragarh in Uttrakhand; Sultanpur bird sanctuary in Haryana.
Corbett National Park- It is the first national park of India, expanded to the 1200 sq km, 115 km away from the Nainital, the queen of Kumayun hills. It was named after the Jim Corbett, legendary sportsman, great naturalist, eminent conservationist and a prolific writer, who spent some of the best and happiest years of his life in Kaladhungi and Nainital.
The Corbett National Park is the ideal destination for the Jungle Safari. Considering the requirements of traveler, the park authority has started so many jungle safari packages where you can explore the majestic fauna that includes especially tiger, Elephant, leopard, ambar, Chital, Nilgai, Gazelles, Boars, Mongoose and Indian Hare, reptiles, snake and Crocodiles.
Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary- one of the most sought tourist destination in north India, it is notable for bird watching. Bharatpur bird sanctuary is situated in Haryana only 46km distance from the national capital Delhi, thus, one of the most common weekend gateway for the tourist from national capital. Thousands of migratory birds visit the sanctuary during winter and make it one of the perfect destinations for the bird watchers. Some of the known species of animals and birds include Common Hoopoe, Paddy field Pipit, Purple Sunbird, Little Cormorant, Eurasian Thick-knee, Gray Francolin, Black Francolin, Indian Roller, White-throated Kingfisher, Spot billed Duck, Painted Stork, White Ibis, Black headed Ibis, Little Egret, Great Egret, Cattle Egret, India Crested Lark, Red vented Bulbul, Rose ringed Parakeet, Red watt led Lapwing, Shikra, Eurasian collared Dove, Red collared Dove, Laughing Dove, Spotted Owlet, Rock Pigeon, Magpie Robin, Greater Coucal, Weaver Bird, Bank Mynah, Common Mynah and Green Bee Eater.
Siberian Cranes, Greater Flamingo, Ruff, Black winged Stilt, Common Teal, Common Greenshank, Northern Pintail, Yellow Wagtail, White Wagtail, Northern Shoveler, Rosy Pelican, Gadwall, Wood Sandpiper, Spotted Sandpiper, Eurasian Wigeon, Black tailed Godwit, Spotted Redshank, Starling, Blue throat and Long billed Pipi are some migratory birds.