Corbett Reserve

In Jim Corbett landscape

Print edition : April 18, 2014

A robust tiger, a camera-trap image. Pressures from Kotdwar town (in the background) are a threat to the Rajaji National Park-Corbett Tiger Reserve corridor.

Tiger pug marks on a riverbed in the Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve.

A tusker standing its ground.

The hogdeer, an endangered species, in the tiger reserve.

Control of the jackal population may revive the hog deer population.

Woodlands with meadow habitats can ensure the Nilgai's presence along the reserve's southern boundary.

Champa, a Gujjar anti-poaching watcher, who survived a tiger attack.

The Jhirna forest rest house, built in 1908.

'Urena lobata' in the tiger reserve.

'Ipomoea nil' in September.

'Mimosa himalayana' in September.

The tiger reserve is a stronghold of the golden mahseer.

The picturesque Ramganga reservoir.

A walk through the Corbett Tiger Reserve in Uttarakhand, taking in its many wildlife delights.
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