Wildlife Reserves and Conservation Area

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The Shuklaphanta wildlife reserve is located in Kanchanpur district of Mahakali zone in far western development region. This note provides us an information about wildlife reserve and conservation area.

Wildlife Reserves and Conservation Area

Wildlife Reserves

Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve

The Shuklaphanta wildlife reserve is located in Kanchanpur district of Mahakali zone in far western development region. It covers 155 sq. km. area. It was established in 2032 BS. This place is covered with the forest of sal, simal, khayer, sissam, catechu and is full of the grassland. Wild boar, tiger, bear, leopard, wilder, swamp deer, stag, chital etc. are some of the wild animals found in this reserves. Many of the major species of crocodiles are found in the Rani Lake and other small lakes here.
 

Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserves

The Koshi Tappu Wildlife reserve was established in 2032 BS. The area of this reserve is 175 sq. km. There are various types of plants like Sissam and Khayer in this reserve. This reserve is famous for different kinds of rare birds like different species of ducks, two kinds of lalsar and other species of cranes, flamingos and storks. Similarly, aquatic animals such as crocodiles, alligators and various types of fishes are available here.

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Parsa wildlife Reserve

This reserve was established in the year 2040 BS. It covers an area of 637 sq. km. area and touches the borders of Chitwan, Makwanpur, Parsa and Bara districts in the Narayani zone in the central development region. The major animals found in this wildlife reserve are tigers, elephant, tigers, leopards, stags and bears.
 

Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve

The Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve is located in Rukum district of Rapti zone in the mid-western development region. It covers some parts of Baglung and Myagdi districts of Dhaulagiri zone in the western development region. It covers an area of 1325 sq. km. Hunters are issued the license for hunting animals like naul, jharal, thar, himali bhalu found in this region.
 

Conservation Area

The famous conservation areas of Nepal are as follows:

 

Annapurna Conservation Area

This area was established in 2043 BS. It has an area of 7629 sq. km. It is located in the northwest of Pokhara in the western development region. It ranges from about 1000 to 8000 meters altitude. It has 1226 species of plant, 101 species of mammals including snow leopard, musk deer, Tibetan wolf, 478 species of birds, 22 species of the amphibians and 9 species of rhododendron.
 

Kanchenjunga Conservation Area

This conservation area was established in 2054 BS. This is situated in the north-east part of Nepal. It has an area of 1650 sq. km. This conservation area is the natural habitat of many endangered wild animal. Similarly, the various kinds of vegetations such as Himali larch, gobresalla, dhupisalla, gurans, etc are found in this area. Among the 30 kinds of rhododendron (gurans), 24 are found here. In the same way, different kinds of wild animals like snow leopard, musk deer, himali black bears, wolfs, nauru, ghora etc are inhabit in this area.

 

Manaslu Conservation Area

This conservation area was established in 2055 BS. It is extended up to the northern part of Gorkha district. Its area is 1663 sq. km. The aim of this area is to protect flora and fauna of the mountain region. About 18.9 % of the land is the land is covered with national parks and conservation area. Similarly, the concept of the buffer zone is also good attempt.

 

Gaurishankar Conservation Area

Gaurishankar Conservation Area

Gaurishankar Conservation Area is a protected area in theHimalayas of Nepal that has been established in January 2010 A.D covering 2,179km2 (841sqmi) in theRamechap, Dolakha and Sindhupalchowk districts. The Gaurishankar Conservation Area's mammalian population totals 34 species of mammals. A total of 235 species of birds has been recorded from the Gaurishankar Conservation Area.The conservation area also has 14 snake species, 16 species of fish, 10 types of amphibians and 8 lizard species.

 

Api Nampa Conservation Area

Api-Nampa Conservation Area

The Api-Nampa Conservation Area is a protected area in the Far-Western Development Region, Nepal. It was established in 2010 A.D and covers 1,903 km² encompassing 21 Village Development Committees in the Darchula District. Snow leopard, Himalayan thar, naur, Himalayan black bear, jackal, panther, clouded leopard and so on are the protected animals.

 

 

 

 

 

Things to remember

The Shuklaphanta wildlife reserve is located in Kanchanpur district of Mahakali zone in far western development region.
The Koshi Tappu Wildlife reserve was established in 2032 BS.
Shivapuri Watershed Area and Wildlife Reserve was established in 2033 BS. in the kathmandu district of central development region.
Parsa wildlife reserve was established in the year 2040 BS.
The Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve is located in Rukum district of Rapti zone in the mid-western development region.

Annapurna conservation area was established in 2043 BS.
Kanchenjunga conservation area was established in 2054 BS.
Manaslu conservation area was established in 2055 BS.
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It was established in 2032 BS and situated at the flood plains of the sapta-Koshi River in Saptari and Sunsari District of eastern Nepal.
Dhorpatan hunting Resort is only hunting reserved in Nepal. It occupies the 1325 sq. km in Mid-Western and some part or Western Development region.
It is located in the Annapurna Range its adjoining areas is Western Nepal. It is established in 2043 BS.

The Api-Nampa Conservation Area is a protected area in the Far-Western Development Region, Nepal. It was established in 2010 A.D and covers 1,903 km² encompassing 21 Village Development Committees in the Darchula District. Snow leopard, Himalayan thar, naur, Himalayan black bear, jackal, panther, clouded leopard and so on are the protected animals.

Gaurishankar Conservation Area is a protected area in theHimalayas of Nepal that has been established in January 2010 A.D covering 2,179km2 (841sqmi) in theRamechap, Dolakha and Sindhupalchowk districts. The Gaurishankar Conservation Area's mammalian population totals 34 species of mammals. A total of 235 species of birds has been recorded from the Gaurishankar Conservation Area.The conservation area also has 14 snake species, 16 species of fish, 10 types of amphibians and 8 lizard species.

The various kinds of vegetations such as Himali larch, gobresalla, dhupisalla, gurans, etc are found in this conservationarea.

Wild boar, tiger, bear, leopard, swamp deer, stag, chital etc. are some of the wild animals found in Shuklaphanta wildlife reserves.

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