Megamalai Tiger Reserve is the 51St Tiger Reserve In India
The tiger Megamalai tiger reserve is the 51St Tiger Reserve In India which covered 1,300 km in two states: Maharashtra and Telangana, six districts and four reserves in about 150 days, exploring a new area to develop its territory. Spread across one hectare of forest, this new 51St Tiger Reserve In India is an extension of the Periyar Tiger Sanctuary in Kerala, formed by the combination of Megamalai, Srivilliputhur Gray Squirrel Wildlife Sanctuary and Tirunelveli Wildlife Sanctuary.
According to a report by The Hindu, 1.48 lakh hectares of land that includes the Megamalai Wildlife Sanctuary (widespread in the Shadow and Madurai regions) and the Srivilliputhur Gray Squirrel Wildlife Sanctuary, which borders the Keralas Periyar Tiger Sanctuary and the Tirunelvelis Kalakkad Mundanturai Tiger Sanctuary – the fifth tiger sanctuary in the state. To date, forestry officials have identified 14 tigers in the Meghamalai and Srivilliputhur the 51St Tiger Reserve In India.
Between March 2017 and August 2018, forestry officials analyzed 118 excreta samples and confirmed the presence of at least 14 tigers. Forestry officials analyzed excrement samples (for dietary analysis), which confirmed the presence of at least 14 tigers. No tigers have been found in the Buksa (West Bengal), Palamau (Jharkhand) and Dampa (Mizoram) reserves. BC / Fourteen tigers were found in Meghamalai and Srivilliputhura reserves after feces analysis between 2017 and 2018.
Tigers in India A report
The Tiger Project was launched by the Indian government in 1973 to save the country’s endangered tiger species. It is a statutory body of the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, dedicated to strengthening tiger conservation in India.
The body was established on the recommendation of the Indian Prime Minister’s Task Force on Tigers to protect tigers. The SMTR was authorized by the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) under section 38 V (1) of the Wildlife (Protection) Act 1972.
BK/Tigers feed on herbivorous mammals such as chinkara, chital and sambar in protected areas, thereby controlling their populations and helping to protect the forest.
The main mammals in the reserve are Bengal tiger, cheetah, sloth bear, Ussuri wolf, Indian pangolin, white-spotted deer, sambal deer, chevron, black deer, kinkala and chausinga. Corbett has the most tigers at 231, followed by Nagarhole and Bandipor Reserves in Karnataka with 127 and 126 tigers respectively.
In 2006, the total number of tigers is 1411, in 2010 – 1706, 2014 – 2226 and 2018 – 2967 tigers found in India. Latest India Tiger Census Report – 2018 * According to the latest report, the total number of tigers in India is 2,967.
The data comes from the U.S. State Department’s annual tiger population assessment. Since 2006, the Indian government, under the direction of the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) and the Wildlife Institute of India (WII), has been conducting tiger censuses every four years in collaboration with state forest departments and conservation NGOs.
AA BC / Project Tiger was launched by the Indian government in 1973 to save the country’s endangered tiger species. A – Nine (9) reserves as of 1973-2016, their number increased to fifty (50).
Key benefits of 51st tiger reserve in india
The largely uninhabited and pristine forest areas of Srivilliputur will provide excellent sanctuaries for tigers in Periyar Reserve and a genetic exchange site for tigers in Tamil Nadus Annamalai regions, ”said a senior official at the National Tiger Conservation Authority.
guardians and researchers. Under the management of the tiger sanctuary, effective measures can be taken to suppress illegal intrusions and restore the ecological health of forests, ”he said in a proposed note from the Tamil Nadu government, endorsed by the Center.
Pursuant to Section 38X of the Wildlife (Protection) Act of 1972, the state government will establish a Tiger Conservation Fund (TCF) for tiger reserves in the state to facilitate and support the management of tiger reserves for the conservation of the state.
Megamalai wild life sanctuary for Saving Tigers in India
And to carry out initiatives for environmental development through the participation of people in the development process. In addition to helping conserve tigers, SMTR will also help rejuvenate the Waigai River by protecting its source in the forests.
The recently announced Srivilliputhur Megamalay Tiger Sanctuary in Tamil Nadu will protect Megamalai, the main Weigais basin, which in turn will help raise the river’s water levels. For example, India recently announced that it is the 51st Tiger Sanctuary, Srivilliputhur Megamalai in southern India, and this new protected area will protect over 1000 km2 of key riverine habitat.
In addition to tigers, the pastures and forests of the Manas Tiger Reserve support the world’s only viable population of the world’s smallest and rarest pig – the miniature pig – and my beloved Bengal florican. Everyone except India, Nepal and Bhutan is fighting to save tigers, even in protected reserves.