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Watching Wildlife in Nepal

In our forest one has to go and look for the animals - they won't parade themselves in front of us as they do in National Parks in other countries. In Africa one can watch the pageant of vast herds of antelope and zebra trekking past the open bush, family parties of lions disporting themselves there beside your vehicle. Things are different here in Nepal - our fauna and its setting is different and our National Parks have much to offer the visitor. It is only when one goes through the forest actively looking for wild animals that their behavior becomes even more fascinating and your pleasure in these latest finds becomes heightened .

Protected areas in lowland Nepal:

 Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve
 Parsa Wildlife Reserve
 Royal Chitwan National Park
 Royal Bardia National Park
 Sukila Phant Wildlife Reserve

Protected areas in midhills:

 Shivapuri National Park
 Royal Nagarjun Forest
 Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve
 Khaptad National Park

Protected areas in highlands:

 Kanchenjungha Conservation Area
 Makalu-Barun National Park
 Sagarmatha National Park
 Langtang National Park
 Annapurna Conservation Area
 Rara National Park
 Shey-Phoksundo National Park

Outside protected areas (Important Bird Areas as defined by the BirdLife International):

 Mai valley
 Phulchoki
 Lumbini
 Ghodaghodi Lake
 Dharan Forests

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Tel: 00977 1 4355609
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Photos by Dr. Paul Sterry (www.naturephotographers.co.uk), Tim Loseby & Nick Bray
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