Integrated Development of Wildlife Habitats(Sharing Basis)

    • Date : 01/03/2016 - 31/03/2017

    In Haryana, wildlife conservation is being achieved through in-situ and ex-situ conservation strategies. There are 2 National Parks, 8 Wildlife Sanctuaries and 2 Conservation Reserves in the State subjected to in-situ conservation. Under ex-situ conservation, the breeding of Red Jungle Fowl is being done at Berwala and Morni (Panchkula). A Jatayu (Vulture) conservation and breeding centre is established at Bir-Shikargah near Pinjore in collaboration with Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS). A Peacock and Chinkara conservation breeding centre has been established at Jhabua, Rewari. Chinkara and Black bucks are also being in-situ protected at Kairu in Bhiwani and at Nahar in Jhajhar. An Elephant rehabilitation centre is being established at Ban Santor in Yamunanagar district. Department has established a deer park at Hisar and small zoos at Bhiwani, Rohtak and Pipli (Kurushetra).


    Protection of Wildlife outside Protected Areas


    National Park, Sultanpur, Kalesar and other wildlife sanctuaries will be developed and habitats will be improved which is very important for wildlife conservation.

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