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Panna National Park in Chattarpur

Panna National Park, Madhya Pradesh
Panna National Park, Madhya Pradesh
The Panna National Park is a popular national park in India situated in Chattarpur region in Madhya Pradesh. It was created in 1981 and the sanctuary was formed with areas from Gangau National Park created in 1975. This Park also comprises of territorial forests of the present North Panna Forest Division including a portion of Chatarpur Forest Division. This forest was used as preferential hunting preserves for rulers of Panna, Chatarpur and Bijawar princely states. It is well-known as one of the best Tiger Reserves in India. This park is home to numerous varieties of flora and fauna and is best known worldwide for its wild cats, including tigers as well as deer and antelope.

The Panna National Park dwells a large number of mammals, birds and reptile species. The most distinguished mammals found in the park include the Tiger, Wolf, Chital, Sloth Bear, Chinkara, Sambar, Leopard, Wild Dog, Hyaena, Caracal, Nilgai, Chital, Chowsingha, Chinkara etc. The king of the jungle, tiger strays freely in this secure park, and the other smaller cats are also found in this park. The fauna of the Panna National Park is also quite prosperous. The park dwells more than 200 species, including a host of migratory birds. Some popular bird species found in the park include the White Necked Stork, Bareheaded Goose, Honey Buzzard, King Vulture, Blossom Headed Parakeet, Paradise Flycatcher, Slaty Headed Scimitar Babbler, etc. The most remarkable reptile species found in the Panna National Park include the Python and others.

The best time to visit the park is between the months of January to May and summer is the best time in the park, when the visitors have the best chance to come across the exclusive wildlife.