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About Satpura National Park
Facts about Satpura National Park
Key Species of Satpura National Park
Safari Zones of Satpura National Park
Every park is divided into 3 kinds of zones: Core, Buffer and Reserved. Core zone is the protected area of the jungle. It acts as a referral point on the natural state of the ecosystems represented by the biosphere reserves. Wildlife and natural resources are strictly protected by the forest department. Buffer zone is where animals and a percentage of human life co-exist peacefully. Lastly, reserved forest acts as a virtual boundary for the forest. That being said, animals don’t know what a “zone” is. They roam around freely in the entire forest for it is their home.
Madhai : Madhai encompasses a versatile landscape. Navigating this park through jeep, walks or by canoe instills a sense of traquility as you experience undulating basalt and sandstone dotted hills, a meadow teeming with herds of deer, wild pigs, peafowl, and langurs, mixed forests with Giant squirrels hopping from one branch to the other, plenty of waterholes and the river Sonbadra flowing in the midst of it, attracting some incredible reptile and birdlife.
Panaarpaani (Pachmarhi) : The recently opened gate (2019) of Panaarpani has much to offer. Tucked in the Mahadeo Hills of the Pachmarhi Biosphere, the entrance greets you with a gentle flowing paralled to the track. The foliage here is dense and lush, packed with an abundance of fruiting trees and medicinal plants which attracts birds, butterflies, Sloth Bears, Indian Giant Squirrel and much more. It also an area where you can search for the the Black Crested Bulbul and the Malabar Whistling Thrush.
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