The Panna Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh has been declared a UNESCO Bio-Reserve.
There are currently 714 bio-reserves in 129 countries around the world.
About Panna Tiger reserve
Panna Tiger Reserve (MP) 576 sq km of Panna and Chhatarpur districts. Is spread across the area. Panna National Park was established in the year 1981, which was recognized as a tiger reserve in the year 1994. Madla entrance to Panna Tiger Reserve is just 25 km from the world famous cultural tourist destination Khajuraho. is. The Panna Tiger Reserve, inhabited by tigers, became tiger-free in February 2009.
Panna Tiger Rehabilitation Scheme
The tiger rehabilitation scheme started in 2009. Under the original scheme, the tigress (T-1) from Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve and Badhin (T-2) from Kanha Tiger Reserve were brought to Panna.
Objective of the Scheme
The basic objective of this scheme was to address the lack of identified sex ratio in the tiger family. When the number of tigers started decreasing, in the end there were only male tigers and the park was devoid of female tigers. But when two tigers were brought here, at the same time Panna Tiger Reserve
Worn child Resach T-1
T2 with first child
The only remaining male tiger also disappeared / escaped. Under these circumstances, a comprehensive outline of the Panna Wagh. Rehabilitation Scheme was prepared by the park management in September 2009 with the help of experts from the Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun.
Under the scheme, four tigers and two adult male tigers were proposed to be brought to the Panna Tiger Reserve as the founder of tiger reintroduction.
Chital, Sambar, Nilgai, Chikara, Chausinga, Langur, Wild boar and Jackal.
Lion and the falls are on the banks of the Cane River during the monsoon.
Tropical forests attract green during monsoon and dry brown in summer.
The remains of the Godwana period are spread around the reserve, such as bio-painting.