1) Grey Jungle fowl (Gallus Sonneratii) An ancestral wild chicken species, spectacular looking with bright plumage, is native to India. It is endemic to the evergreen hill forest in southern and western India. These shy ground-dwelling birds were also used as game birds. Did you know? · Male Grey Jungle fowls have ‘spur’ whereas females don’t.… Read More Top 10 Star Birds of Satpura
Pench National Park, a lesser-known park still brings humans into its close contact with wildlife as it reveals the childhood story of Jungle book by the famous scribbliest, Rudyard Kipling. The dry mixed forest nestled in the southern Satpura-Maikal ranges of Central highlands and straddles on the borders of the two states, Madhya Pradesh and… Read More Zones in Pench National Park.
It is the largest tiger reserve of Central India and is divided into 10 different ranges. The core-Kamti, Bori, Churna, East Pachmarhi, West Pachmarhi, and Matkuli. The buffer is divided into Bagda, Pipariya, Denwa, and Tawa. Out of which Kamti range has the Madhai gate where Denwa Backwater Escape is situated and maximum tourism activities… Read More Zones in Satpura National Park in 2020.
Dear Guests, Patrons and Partners,It’s the end of one fabulous season, and the beginning of another one. Our forests are now taking a break to rest and rejuvenate, while the rains come pelting down and the fragrant petrichor rises in the Central Highlands. While the parks close down officially till 30th September, 2019; we bring… Read More Newsletter: It’s Wrap-up Time for Now
Pench is where the literary genius, Sir Rudyard Kipling created the timeless classic, The Jungle Book and its wolf child, immortalised as Mowgli. This masterpiece inspired by the true incident of a human child, reared by wolves in the nineteenth century, in Seonee (now Seoni) district, is located in the charming, lush land of Pench,… Read More 5 Top Things to Do in Pench in 2020