Wildlife in Rajasthan

Wildlife in Rajasthan is one of the major attraction drawing thousands of tourists in India & travel towards Rajasthan to witness the different type of Wild life in Rajasthan Spanning an area of about 3,42,000 sq km, located in north-west India, rajasthan is the Largest state in India. its vast size and latitudinal variations (sea level to over 1,700 m) have provided it with varied vegetation- from the semi-evergreen forests of Mt Abu to the almost barren or dry scrub grasslands of the desert and from the dry deciduous thorn forests of the Aravalli hills to the wet marshes of Bharatpur and from the dry deciduous thorn forests of the Aravalli hills to the wet marshes of Bharatpur.

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The Rbesus macaque and common langur are found throughout Rajasthan with the exception o the arid Thar desert. The state Wildlife in Rajasthan provide shelter to around 500 species of birds, some of which are rare and endangered. About 50 per cent of these species are local and the balance migratory, mostly from eastern Europe, northern Asia and Africa. It is easy to spot as many as 100 species of birds in just a day in Bharatpur.

Te Sarus is a handsome crane and the tallest bird in the world to fly. The states only resident crane, it is commonly found in its eastern and southern parts. Sarus cranes usually live in pairs or small family groups, but congregate in large groups in the summer months before the onslaught of the monsoons. Even popular legend acknowledges that these birds pair for life, the partner pining away on the death of one. They indulge in an elaborate courtship dance and nest in shallow waters using a heap of grass and reeds. Both partners incubate the eggs. Partners sometimes greet each other while exchanging incubation duties at the nest and perform their courtship dance accompanied with trumpeting. Rajasthan Wildlife also includes The majesti great Indian bustard or godawan is the state bird and is a protected species. Easily spotted in many areas in the desert region,

the Desert national park near Jaisalmer is a good area to look for it and, during winter, for the migratory Hubara bustard. The lesser florican too is becoming scare in Rajasthan, though a few birds can be spotted during their breeding season (monsoon) in the fields near Nasirabad and Kishangarh, in the district of Ajmer. Because peacocks are considered sacred by Hindus, they are quite common in the forests, fields and villages of the state. In the Kumbhalgarh and Mt Abu wildlife sanctuaries, the graceful grey jungle fowl is to be found in its northern most limit o distribution in India. Rajasthan Wilfe has an unlimted options for its visitors.

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