See in Kaziranga
Kaziranga is the home to the largest number of one-horned rhinoceros in the world.
A wide variety of about 35 major mammals, including wild
elephant, tiger, small population of hoolock gibbon, capped langur,
bristly hare, hog badger, otter, leopard, wild boar, sambar, swamp deer,
hog deer, muntjac, water buffalo and gaur are also found here. The rare greater adjutant stork, Bengal florican, black-necked stork,
lesser adjutant stork, Pallas's fish eagle, swamp partridge, grey
peacock-pheasant, great pied hornbill, green imperial pigeon, babblers
and thousands of migratory birds, seasonally are attracted to the various
water areas of the park from as far away as Siberia.
For visitors interested in bird watching and in experiencing the
tropical mixed forests at their own pace, trekking in Kukurkata Reserve
Forest (RF) and Panbari Reserve Forest is an ideal choice.
The terrain of Kukurkata RF is hilly and vegetation is mainly tropical
moist mixed forest. From the hill top, you can see a panoramic view of
floodplain ecosystem of Kaziranga National Park. The Reserve Forest has
got good diversity of birds and primates.
Both these reserve forests are frequented by Great Indian one horned
Rhinoceros and Asian Elephants.
Kohora Range: Rich in
birdlife, wetlands in this Range are among the most productive habitats
around which one can have the pleasure of bird watching.
Agartoli Range: You can see elephants and turtles taking sunbath
in this range. This is Bengal Florican country.
Bagori Range: This range has a patch of semi evergreen forest.
The Great Indian one-horned rhinoceros is easily
spotted in this range
as well as in the neighbouring Burapahar Range.
Burapahar Range: You spot the Hoolock gibbon, capped langur or
Giant Hornbill. A walk in the area before
first light may turn out to be