An Overview of Wildlife Conservation in India


An Overview of Wildlife Conservation in India


Selvakumar | Karthikeyan


Wild Life | Conservation

Publication Details

Vol: 1; Iss: 6; Nov-15 | ISSN: 2454-5422


India is rich in wildlife with its exclusive fascinating and adverse ecosystem. The seventh largest county of the world covers an area of 3,287,950 km. The forests national parks, forest reserves and sanctuaries form around 22% of the total area. India is among the twelve mega biodiversity countries of the world. Countries wildlife is extended over the evergreen forests of north east India to barren deserts of Rajasthan and from alpine forests of Himalaya to the Western Ghats. The present paper brings the information regarding the Indian scenario, National parks, Sanctuary, wildlife Conservation, Animal Welfare, Indian Board of Wild life, Project elephant respectively.


T.Selvakumar and S.Karthikeyan.  “An Overview of Wildlife Conservation in India”. International Journal of Current Science Research (IJCSR) 1.6 (2015): 147-155.