Jim Corbett National Park is not only famous for its wildlife exploration but it is also prominent for its natural splendor. The wildlife of Corbett National Park is one of the leading tourist attractions of Uttarakhand. The park is situated at the imperial beauty of Himalayan mountain range. Corbett National Park is known for its individualistic scenic beauty, which is spread over an area of 520.8 sq.km. Corbett is known for its rich and varied flora. The stillness of jungles, flora and highly favorable weather spells magic on wildlife variety in Corbett, for Corbett is kneaded with innumerable wildlife species. Corbett National Park is prominent for its prosperous and varied flora. Corbett National Park is Indias wild pride. In this park more that 600 species of trees, herbs, shrubs, bamboos, grasses, ferns, orchids. The essential flora of the Corbett National Park consists of the evergreen Sal, Sheesam, Dhak, Kanju, Pipal, Haldu, Rohini and Mangos trees. The Park is the occasional Simal, Khairthat, Jhingan and flowers in the spring season, just before the starting of summer season. Corbett National Park is one of the famous well saved wildlife National Park in India. Various tourists come every year to see the Fauna of this park. Corbett Tiger Reserve defined various tourism zones inside the park for tourist to view various species of Fauna and enjoy the wildlife totally. The main objective is preserving royal tigers of Bengal. Spanning across a huge region. The park shelters lots of endangered species: 50 mammal species, 549 bird species and 26 reptile species.
Mammals: Tiger, Leopard, Elephant, Hog deer, spotted deer, Samber, Braking deer, Langoor, Wild boar, and monkeys.
Birds: Long Tail, White Bush chat, Oriental-Pied, Emerald Dove, Red Wattle Lapwing, the Asian Paradise Flycatcher, Rested Kingfisher, Indian Shirks, Indian Alpine Swift, Woodpecker, Laughing Thrush, Vulture, Parakeet, Kales Pheasant, Oriole, Common Grey Hornbill, Seagull, Duck, Stork, Cormorant, Parrot, Indian Roller and many more.
Reptiles: Indian Marsh crocodile or Mugger Gharial, King Cobra Common Krait Cobra, Russel Viper and Python.
Fish: Mahaseer, Troude, Kalimuchi, Goonch, Kalabasu, chilwa and many more.
The trees which contribute in the Flora of Corbett National Park consists of evergreen sal and its combine trees, the Sheesham, the Kanju found extensively on the ridges. Other essential trees in the Corbett National Park are the occasional simal, jhingan and Khair that flourish in spring season just before the starting of summer time. A smooth grassy blank full of herbs and short and tall grasses, which provides the largest part of the grazing for the herbivores. Ardisia solanacea which provide a source of life giving water to all herbivores during the dry months of the year. During spring season many trees burst into bloom, which provides an enchantingly beautiful look to the Corbett National Park.
(Contribution By Ananya Rawat)
Jim Corbett National Park is the habitat of numerous wildlife animals. In 1974 the National park was selected for the launching for project tiger movement. Apart from tiger many rarest spices of mammals are found in Corbett . According to corbett national park officials, following are the list of mammals which are found in Jim corbett Park.