Kaziranga Park is found within the Indian state of Assam. The protected area was established in 1904 following the efforts of Lady Curzon, the wife of Lord Curzon, the then Viceroy of India under British Raj. Today’ the park is spread around a neighborhood of 430 square kilometers and is additionally referred to as a serious ‘Tiger Reserve’ in India. When the woman did not see one Rhinoceros upon her visit, she persuaded the Viceroy to facilitate the protection of the forests and therefore the wildlife. The park has also been declared a UNESCO world heritage site.
Kaziranga Park is found by the banks of the mighty Brahmaputra and is shared by two districts in Assam. The terrain within the park comprises mainly of sandbanks, riverine lakes, Semi-evergreen forests, moist broad-leaf forests and grasslands. The park is spread during a massive area which makes it one among the most important protected forests within the Sub-Himalayan belt.
Being located in one among the very best rainfall prone areas of the center Brahmaputra Valley, Kaziranga Park experiences a damp monsoon season between July and September when most of the areas near the shores are submerged. The summer months fall between February and should when the temperatures can go up to 37 degrees. The winter months fall between November and February which enjoys a positive and pleasant climate with temperatures never exceeding beyond 25 degrees Celsius.
The park is flooded and inaccessible during the monsoon months between July and September and therefore the refore the summer months see little to no fauna activity and the park is additionally closed for public. The best time to go to Kaziranga park is between September till December when the climate is that the most favorable and pleasant following the monsoons. The winters at Kaziranga park is enchanting with the simplest views of the fauna and flora that the park houses.
As the park is one among the most important protected areas in India, it houses several rare and species of animals, birds and reptiles. Approximately 35 mammalian species, 479 species of birds and 42 species of reptiles are often found within the park.
Animals – the good One-Horned Indian rhinoceros , Wild Asian water ox , Indian elephant , Royal Bengal tiger , Indian boar , Eastern Mole, Indian Pangolin, Indian Gaur, Swamp Deer, Sambar, muntjac , Hoolock, Hog Deer, Capped Langur or Leaf Monkey, Rhesus Macaque, Assamese Macaque, Indian leopard, Melursus ursinus , Indian Porcupine, Fishing Cat, Felis chaus , Large Indian Civet, Small Indian Civet, Indian Gray Mongoose, Small Indian mongoose , Bengal Fox, Golden Jackal, Common Otter, Chinese badger , hog-nosed badger , Ganges and Indus Dolphin, Orange-bellied Himalayan Squirrel, Asiatic Black Bear, Bat, Black Langur and Indian Gazelle etc.
Birds – Eastern Imperial Eagle, Bengal Florican, Greater Spotted Eagle, White-tailed Haliaeetus leucorhyphus , Pallas’s osprey , Grey-headed osprey , Bristled Grassbird, Baya Weaver, the Lesser Kestrel, Swamp Francolin, Slender-billed Vulture, Slender-billed Vulture, the Indian White-rumped Vulture Hodgson’s Bushchat, Eastern Imperial Eagle, Greater Spotted Eagle, Wreathed Hornbill, Jerdon’s Babbler, Marsh Babbler White-tailed Fishing Eagle, Pallas’s Fish Eagle, Black-breasted Parrotbill, Griffon Vulture, Himalayan Griffon and Rufous-vented Prinia etc.