Which has the largest area under critical tiger habitat?
- Nagarjunsagar-Srisailam Tiger Reserve is the largest tiger reserve in India, having the largest area under ”Critical Tiger Habitat”
- The reserve spreads over five districts, Kurnool District, Prakasam District, Guntur District, Nalgonda District, and Mahbubnagar district.
Which is the critical tiger habitat in India?
List of Core and Buffer areas of Tiger Reserves in India
|Sl. No.||Name of Tiger Reserve (Year of creation)||Area of the core / critical tiger habitat (In Sq. Kms.)|
|Amangarh (buffer of Corbett TR)|
How many critical tiger habitats are there in India?
Starting from nine reserves in 1973-74 the number is grown up to fifty. A total area of 71027.10 km2is covered by these project tiger areas.
TIGER RESERVES OF INDIA.
|Name of Tiger Reserve||Pakke|
|Area of the core / critical tiger habitat (In Sq. Kms.)||683.45|
|Area of the buffer / peripheral (In Sq. Kms.)||515.00|
WHO declares critical tiger habitat?
1. Application for notification of critical wildlife habitat : (a) The State Government shall initiate the process for notification of a critical wildlife habitat by submitting an application on a case by case basis, to the Ministry of Environment and Forests, under intimation to the nodal agency under the said Act.
WHO declares critical wildlife habitat?
Based on the scientific determination of Critical Wildlife Habitats and open consultations with the forest rights holders, the Expert Committee shall submit a proposal for the Critical Wildlife Habitat to the Chief Wildlife Warden and the proposal shall be accompanied by a map, preferably on 1:50,000 scale and a …