Gir National Park is the sole home for the last refuge of Asiatic Lions. With the increase in the population of these lions, which was recorded to be 160, at a recent survey, wildlife lovers are celebrating their love for the animals in the rural parts of the globe. Tourists from many parts of the country come here to see them with their bare eyes.
The forest witnesses the massive crowd in the winter season, which is the peak time to visit the forest. They explore the first on an open gypsy or canter, which takes them to the inner core of the jungle. The stimulating effect in the jungle still reminds us of the jungle book and its belongings. Opt for Gir Safari Booking to wander the forest on an open gypsy.
The wild felines are scattered in the jungle prowling in their natural habitats. The female animals give birth to their little one at this time; many wildlife lovers and photographs frantically seize the pictures of the mother and their babies in their camera as a token of remembrance.
Recently, a news channel came in every news channel that the forest department has traced 150 lions outside the Gir Forest protected Zone. They are now trying to rectify the area where these animals are comfortable living. They are also planning to make 150 artificial water bodies to relieve the scorching sun of the summer season. They can quench their thirst from these water pints and also take baths in the early morning.
There are almost 400 water bodies in the entire area of Gir National Park, and now 150 more have been added to it. The growing population of the last descendants of these big cats must live peacefully with all sorts of beneficiaries provided by the state government to make their existence alive in the coming future as well.
Summer days are pretty torturing for the residents of Sasan Gir and the animals too. The sun rays are unbearable, and many animals also die due to thirst or by the pinching sun rays of these semi-arid regions. The forest department has shifted its focus on these areas, where the lions are seen strolling to extend their territory. read more