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The Riverwood Forest Retreats Dooars

The Wildlife And Other Animals

The Fauna

The elemental forest is home to a number of rare and endangered species of animals which includes the Indian One Horned Rhinoceros, Indian elephants, Indian Bison (gaur), Leopards, Tigers and different species of Deer, Wild Boar, Porcupine, Civets among others. In reptile'sgiant lizard-thakshak, pythons, king cobras and thousands of various other species of insects and butterflies such as Kaisar- i- Hind and Krishna Peacock are found.

For Elephants, 'Dooars' is corridor for migration, from Myanmar through North East Front (NEFA),Upper Assam (Namdhapa), Kaziranga (another Rhino Heaven), Manas-the exploit of Brahmaputra of Man Sarowar, Tibet- to Bihar, Jharkhand-Dalma-Saranda-KiriburuMeghataburu, Chhatisgarh,Kanha,Bindhya of Madhya Pradesh, Ranathambhore of Araballi Rajasthan.The living giant terrestrial, elephant loves to dwell in rare virginity of forest for easy available delicious greens.

Once we go a little higher to explore Higher Neora Valley we enter the home to the endangered Red Panda, Clouded Leopard and the Leopard Cat.

The Avifauna

The park is a birdwatchers paradise with more than 200 species of beautiful birds. Other than housing the peacock, which is the national bird of India, the Indian pied hornbill, sunbird, fly catcher, varieties of woodpeckers, Minivet, Drongo and Pheasants are commonly sighted. An array of migratory bird's visit Gorumara during their breeding season in winter of which the Brahmany duck is a regular visitor here. Crested Eagle, Pallas's Fishing Eagle and Shikra are also found in this region.

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