Garhwal Wildlife - Bounded with great natural beauty, flora & fauna, Garhwal district encompasses the snow clad Himalayan peaks and holy rivers.
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Garhwal has abundance of natural beauty which can be seen especially in the Valley of Flowers, where one sees nature at its very best. For those who live for some adventure in there life -Garhwal is the place, as it possess excellent wildlife.

Valley Of Flowers :
Bustling with beautiful, lively and vibrant colours, this park spread over an area of 87.5 sq. kms. has the largest collection of wild flower species. Hidden from the probing eyes of civilization, this valley had been known to the inhabitants as the Bhyundar valley. More than 300 species of wild flowers like the Himalayan blue poppy, daisy, dianthus, calendula, white and yellow anemones bloom & swing with life during the monsoons.

Also inhabiting the place are the Himalayan black bears, musk deer, brown bears, snow leopards, tahr, bharal, serow and an amazing variety of butterflies. A large number of nature lovers, environmentalists and tourists descend upon the valley every year. The valley can be visited only during the day and overnight stay is prohibited. Valley of Flower, Garhwal Wildlife, India

Nanda Devi National Park :
Spread over an area of 630 sq. kms., just next to the Nanda Devi peak, is the Nanda Devi National Park. It was established in 1980. The first men on record to have reached this Sanctuary, while yet in its pristine form, were the British mountaineers Eric Shipton and Bill Tilman. The area had largely remained undisturbed till then, except for Tilman's successful attempt on Nanda Devi in 1936.

However, from 1950 onwards the increasing number of treks & climbing expeditions to the area has somewhat affected the virgin character of this place. A unique mix of flora and fauna is characteristic of this park. The fauna includes the brown and Himalayan black bears. Himalayan tahr, snow leopards, serow, and chir pheasants.

Govind Wildlife Sanctuary :
PythonsIn the beautiful & captivating environs of the Uttarkashi district is Govind Wildlife Sanctuary. The Govind Wildlife Sanctuary established in 1955, covering an area of 953 sq. kms. includes mountains like Swarg Rohini, Black Peak and Bandarpunch. Apart from the Sanctuary, the place is a popular tourist destination, mainly because of the beauty of its snow-clad peaks and glaciers.

Attracting many trekkers and famous for its lush green beauty is Hari- ki-Dun. The wide variety of animal species that lives here includes Himalayan black bears, tahr, serow, monal, snow leopard, brown bears trogopan, chir, bharal, musk deer, koklas kaleej pheasants and chukor.

Rajaji National Park :
Sambar, Rajaji National Park, Garhwal Wildlife, IndiaSurrounded by mountains, Dehradun endures as a perfect retreat with beautiful spots for picnics and excursions. Its pleasant climate adds. further to its charm and makes it an attractive tourist destination. Established in 1966 on the edge of the Dehradunvalley is Rajaji National Park, covering an area of approx 820 sq. kms. The wildlife here includes elephant, tiger, panther, bear, chital, sambar, wild bear, kakar, python, i monitor lizard and a large variety of avian fauna. You find many opportunities of viewing these animals in their natural habitat here.

Kedarnath Sanctuary :
In the land of gods Garhwal, lies the sprawling 967 sq. kms. Kedarnath Sanctuary, established in the year 1972. Garhwal Himalayas offer a breathtakingly spectacular view of snow-clad mountains, valleys and forests. The Garhwal Himalayas also houses the Char Dhams, namely, Yamnotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath. In the wilderness of this sanctuary animals like snow leopard, snow cock, tahr, musk deer, leopard and serow can be seen along with many species of birds.

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