Reserve forests though give the feel of a real forest are usually man made spectacles. But today’s hectic city life has made forests sound like elusive privilege of a certain few. So every state has developed parks and reserves to maintain the flora and fauna while ensuring it gives both the humans and the animals a lease of life.
Here is what the state of Madhya Pradesh has on offer:
Bandhavgarh National Park:
This small reserve has the highest density of the Tiger population in India, including the White Tiger. Situated in Shahdol district among the outlying hills of the Vindhya Mountain Range, it is covered in Sal in the valleys, mixed deciduous forest on the hills and Bamboos all around. This tiger reserve also breeds and shelters
• 22 species of mammals and
Kanha National Park: