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Best and Affordable Tour Package for Gir National Park Gir National Park , popularly known as Sasan Gir, is a Gujarati wildlife refuge. It is essentially a forest with a total size of 545 square miles, of which 100 square miles is designated as a national park and the remaining 445 square miles is designated as a wildlife sanctuary. The Kathiawar-Gir dry deciduous forest ecosystem includes this wildlife sanctuary. During the nineteenth century, Indian kings used to invite British colonists on hunting excursions for Asiatic lions. As a result, barely a dozen Asiatic lions remained in the Gir forest, one of the Nawab of Junagarh's special hunting territories. At the moment, Gir forest is the only place in the world where Asiatic lions may be found. It is critical to emphasize that lions are protected here in order to save the supported species from extinction.   Treat Yourself with the Valuable Gir...See more

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GBRC Testing Vaccine to Stop Killer Virus among Lions   According to a report from the Gujarat ministry of environment, forest and climate change, the Gujarat forest department is in the process of purchasing 1,000 doses of purevax ferret distemper vaccine from Merial Inc. in the United States (MoEFCC). A total of 1,300 doses of the vaccine used to treat canine distemper virus (CDV) in lions were purchased in 2018, with 1,100 doses being used. Following a high number of lion deaths, up to 85 between January and May, the Centre has recommended that the Gujarat government form a special committee of specialists to investigate the cause. The CDV or any other disease that caused the majestic beasts' demise was not substantiated by the MoEF & CC report. The East Division of Gir forest has seen 59 deaths, according to the report. In less than two months in 2018, the deadly CDV claimed the lives of at least 27 Asiatic Lions in...See more

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Reintroduction of Indian Grey Hornbill in Gir National Park The Gujarat forest service has reintroduced Indian grey hornbills (IGHs) to Gir forest, over ninety years after they vanished from western India's largest contiguous forest tract. According to Mohan Ram, Deputy Conservator of Forests (DCF) of Sasan wildlife division and superintendent of Gir National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary (GNPWL), the forest department has released 20 IGHs in Gir forest in three batches in recent months after trapping and capturing them from the northern parts of the state where they are resident birds. Last year, the first four hornbills were released on October 28th, followed by the second batch of five birds on December 27th, according to Ram. On the birth anniversary of late naturalist Lavkumar Khachar, the third batch of 11 hornbills was released in Gir National Park on Thursday (February 24, 2022). The reintroduction attempt comes a year after an IGH was spotted near Amreli's Pipavav...See more

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Reintroduction of Indian Grey Hornbill in Gir National Park The Gujarat forest service has reintroduced Indian grey hornbills (IGHs) to Gir forest, over ninety years after they vanished from western India's largest contiguous forest tract. According to Mohan Ram, Deputy Conservator of Forests (DCF) of Sasan wildlife division and superintendent of Gir National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary (GNPWL), the forest department has released 20 IGHs in Gir forest in three batches in recent months after trapping and capturing them from the northern parts of the state where they are resident birds. Last year, the first four hornbills were released on October 28th, followed by the second batch of five birds on December 27th, according to Ram. On the birth anniversary of late naturalist Lavkumar Khachar, the third batch of 11 hornbills was released in Gir National Park on Thursday (February 24, 2022). The reintroduction attempt comes a year after an IGH was spotted near Amreli's Pipavav...See more

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Reintroduction of Indian Grey Hornbill in Gir National Park The Gujarat forest service has reintroduced Indian grey hornbills (IGHs) to Gir forest, over ninety years after they vanished from western India's largest contiguous forest tract. According to Mohan Ram, Deputy Conservator of Forests (DCF) of Sasan wildlife division and superintendent of Gir National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary (GNPWL), the forest department has released 20 IGHs in Gir forest in three batches in recent months after trapping and capturing them from the northern parts of the state where they are resident birds. Last year, the first four hornbills were released on October 28th, followed by the second batch of five birds on December 27th, according to Ram. On the birth anniversary of late naturalist Lavkumar Khachar, the third batch of 11 hornbills was released in Gir National Park on Thursday (February 24, 2022). The reintroduction attempt comes a year after an IGH was spotted near Amreli's Pipavav...See more

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Reintroduction of Indian Grey Hornbill in Gir National Park The Gujarat forest service has reintroduced Indian grey hornbills (IGHs) to Gir forest, over ninety years after they vanished from western India's largest contiguous forest tract. According to Mohan Ram, Deputy Conservator of Forests (DCF) of Sasan wildlife division and superintendent of Gir National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary (GNPWL), the forest department has released 20 IGHs in Gir forest in three batches in recent months after trapping and capturing them from the northern parts of the state where they are resident birds. Last year, the first four hornbills were released on October 28th, followed by the second batch of five birds on December 27th, according to Ram. On the birth anniversary of late naturalist Lavkumar Khachar, the third batch of 11 hornbills was released in Gir National Park on Thursday (February 24, 2022). The reintroduction attempt comes a year after an IGH was spotted near Amreli's Pipavav...See more

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