INTRODUCTION : The Dudhwa National Park lies on the India Nepal border in the foothills of Himalaya and the plains of Terrai.This park existed since 1879 and got the status of National Park in 1977.Only eleven years later after the addition of Kishanpur Sanctuary Dudhwa became a part of Project Tiger. The Dudhwa National park sprawls over an area of about 614 sq. Km and the park is noted for its diverse and productive tarai eco-systems. The Dudhwa National Park is home to a diverse population of wildlife with one of the apt terrain ranging from mosaic grasslands to dense sal forests and swampy marshes. Though the population of tiger in Dudhwa is numerous it is very difficult to spot out because of the dense nature of the forest. The other wildlife population here includes Leopards, Hispid Hares, Swamp Deer (Barasingha) and Rhinos thrive amidst the vegetation.
LOCATION : The Dudhwa National Park is situated in the Lakhimpur-Kheri district of Uttar Pradesh where the northern edge of the forest lies close to the Indo-Nepal border. The river Suheli marks the southern boundary of the Dudhwa National park.
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