One of the largest habitats for tigers in India, Ranthambore National Park is situated in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan. It all started under 'Save the Tiger' project in the 70s and today it has grown into a sprawling area of open grassy meadows and dry deciduous forests.
Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan is home to a variety of carnivores and herbivores, which results in a huge show up of wildlife lovers.
The national park is not just a home for animals, but exotic species of birds as well. There are a total of 40 species of mammals, 35 species of reptiles and 320 species of birds, migratory as well as residential of the natural habitat. It is due to this reason the national park is also a haven for bird watchers in the wild.
Tigers, Leopards, Smbar deer, Chital, Jungle cats, Striped Hyenas, Sloth bears, Indian Wild Boar, Jackals, Black Bucks, Indian Foxes, Indian Mole Rats, Common Palm Civets, Rufoustailed Hare, Chinkara, Desert Cats, Hanuman Langurs.
Desert monitor lizards, Banded Kraits, Common Kraits, Cobras, Tortoise, Indian Pythons, North Indian Flap Shelled Turtle, Rat Snakes, Russel's Viper, Saw Scaled Vipers, Indian Chameleon, Snub Mash Crocodiles, Ganga Soft Shelled Turtles.
Woodpeckers, Graylag Goose, Asian Palm Swift , Pigeon, Dove, Crakes, Sandpipers, Egrets, Bitterns, Flamingos, Ibis, Pelicans, Storks, Pittas, Minivets, Bayas, Sparrows, Munias, Bulbul, Mynas, Falcons, Parakeets, Cuckoos, Common Kingfishers, Gulls, Terns, Owl, Nightjars.