Top Facts About Jim Corbett National Park

Top Facts About Jim Corbett National Park

Everyone wants to escapetheir daily routine and relax for a while. People are going towards the hillsof Himalaya or Uttarakhand. Here is another yet better option for you, whichopens you to the life of wildlife, flora and fauna and other forest activities.

Jim Corbett National Park is located in Uttarakhand's Nainital district. It was India's first national park, established in 1936 during the British Raj and named Haily National Park  aftera governor of the United Provinces, where it was located at the time. It was renamed Corbett National Park in 1956, over a decade after India's independence, after hunter and naturalist Jim Corbett, who had played a key part in its creation and had died the previous year. The park was one of the first to be included in Project Tiger.



Sal Forest

Sal Forest is a type of forest dominated by a single plant species, the Sal tree. It's classified as a 'Tropical Moist Deciduous Forest.' The topography, geology, and soil conditions all influence the spread of Sal forests. Sal (Shorearobusta) is the second most significant timber tree in the Indian subcontinent (after teak). Meranti wood comes in two varieties: white and red.

Bali Flower

The scent of the Bali Flower (Plumeria blooms) is strongest at night in order to attract sphinx moths to pollinate them. The blooms, on the other hand, do not produce nectar and just deceive pollinators.

Kusum Flower

Kusum is a lovely tree with a broad, shady crown that can be found across the Tropical Himalayas, including India, Ceylon, Burma, Thailand, Indo-China, and Malaysia. This tree is most noticeable when its leaves are young and vivid crimson. This occurs in India in March.

Mahua flower

Mohwa (Mahua) is one of India's most important forest trees, not because of its lucrative timber (which is rarely harvested), but because of its tasty and nourishing blossoms.



Jackals are omnivorous mammals that belong to the Cains genus, which also includes wolves, coyotes, and the domestic dog. While the term jackal has been applied to a variety of small can ids, it is now most commonly used to describe three species: the closely related black-backed jackal and side-striped jackal of Sub-Saharan Africa, and the golden jackal of south-central Eurasia.

Royal Bengal Tiger

The Bengal Tiger, sometimes known as the Royal Bengal Tiger, is the largest and most powerful subspecies of the cat family. Bengal tigers can be found in India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, and China, among other places. Even though they are not built for climbing, Royal Bengal Tigers can climb trees for their prey despite their bulk.

Asian Paradise Flycatcher

According to the Wildlife (Protection) Act of 1972, the Asian paradise flycatcher is a Schedule IV species and is classed as Least Concern (LC) by the IUCN. The Asian paradise flycatcher is a stunning creature. Adult Asian paradise flycatchers are 18 to 22 cm long.