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- Arunachal Pradesh:
Pakke Tiger reserve – The Pakke TR has a lowland semi-evergreen, evergreen forest and Eastern Himalayan broadleaf forests. This park got an award for conservation of Hornbill nesting protection.
Mouling NP– Transition b/w tarai and alpine. The Mouling National Park and the Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary are located fully or partly within Dihang-Dibang Biosphere Reserve.
Namdapha NP: It is only park in which you find all types of vegetation from tropical evergreen to alpine.
Sirohi NP: Exotic Shirui lily-only in the world.
Nokrek NP: It forms the core area of Nokrek Biosphere Reserve and it is located in the West Garo Hills district of Meghalaya (Nokrek Highest Peak of Garo Hills).
National Citrus Gene Sanctuary-cum-Biosphere Reserve
Balpakhram NP- tigers: ” land of eternal wind’
Intanki NP: Hornbill, hoolock gibbon (only ape in india)
5. West Bengal:
Neora valley NP: Near Darjeeling. Neora Valley NP offers a unique ecosystem where tropical, subtropical, sub-temperate, and temperate vegetation occurs.
Buxa NP/TR: In Tarai Region, recently a Tiger was spotted.
Padmaja Naidu NP: largest high altitude zoo in country (Darjeeling)- red panda conservation.
6. Madhya Pradesh:
Kanha National Park: Barasingha/Swamp deer imp, tiger, deciduous fores.
Nalabana WLS- Chilika lake: Nalabana disappears in rains and re-emerges post monsoon. Chilika is popular for Irrawaddy Dolphin.
Simlipal Biosphere Reserve: Similipal, which derives its name from the ‘Simul’ (silk cotton) tree, is a national park and a tiger reserve situated in the northern part of Odisha’s Mayurbhanj district. In news due to Forest fires.
Satkosia Tiger Reserve: The Satkosia Tiger Reserve spreads across four districts. According to NTCA, Satkosia falls under reserves where “there is a potential for increasing tiger populations”. In news due to Tiger relocation.