Sariska national park is one of most visited parks in India, situated down the Arawali hills. It was the reserve hunting park for royal family of Alwar, Rajasthan. The park was declared national park in1958 and came under ‘Project Tiger’ as a Sariska Tiger Reserve. It covers an area of 474 sq. km (core) and 800 sq. km gross area and very near to National capital Delhi and Jaipur.
Sariska park is home to the numerous carnivores including Leopard, jungle cat, Hyena, Jackal and Tiger. They feed on an abundance of prey species such as Sambar, Chitel, Nilgai, Chausinga, Wild Boar and Langur. Sariska is also known for large population of Rhesus monkey, which is largely found around Talvriksh.
The forest is lush during and following the Mansoon, but during the dry months of May and June, there is shortage of water and in consequence mammals are attracted to water holes. At this time of year visibility is good because of the sparse foliage. Further the dominant tree of the forest is Dhok. Other trees such as Salar, Kadaya, Gol, Ber, Khair, Bargad, Arjun and Babool are found here.
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