News Update: A team of 45 World Wild Fund for Nature officials from Vietnam reached Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh. The officials arriving from Vietnam inquired about the safety and arrangement of the forest animals. Also took a walk in the forest. Vietnam is on the verge of extinction of forests and wildlife. That's why he has come to India to learn environmental protection and wildlife management.

India has created a distinct identity for itself in the whole world through its spirituality and culture. Now India is moving towards becoming a world leader in biodiversity, environmental protection and wildlife management. A team of 45 officers from Vietnam, a country located in South East Asia, has reached Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve in MP. The Vietnam team members studied the rapidly increasing tiger population, biodiversity and the policies adopted by India in environmental protection. Vietnam, which has reached the verge of extinction from forests and wildlife, wants to make their country green by adopting the strategy adopted by India.

India-Vietnam Joint Agreement

India's efficiency in restoration of extinct wild animals, management of forest reserves and rapidly increasing tiger population remains a topic of discussion all over the world. Regarding this, under the joint agreement between India and Vietnam under the auspices of the United Nations, a team of officials from forestry, agriculture and many other departments of Vietnam reached Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve to study. He physically inspected gaur restoration, reindeer restoration, special enclosures built for tigers and management of wild elephants. Acquired knowledge of conservation and management by meeting with officials of Bandhavgarh.

Got to learn a lot from India

Nick Cox, head of Vietnamese officials, said that the environment of Vietnam and Bandhavgarh is similar. He got to learn and know a lot from here. By implementing it in Vietnam, they will make the forests there full of wildlife. The beauty of Bandhavgarh attracted the minds of the officials coming from Vietnam and it also provided them with the knowledge of conservation and promotion of nature and environment.

More about Tigers in Badhavgarh National Park

Bandhavgarh National Park is renowned for its thriving population of Bengal tigers making it one of the premier destinations for tiger sightings in India. The Bengal tiger (Panthera tigris tigris) is the dominant predator in Bandhavgarh National Park. These majestic big cats are known for their distinctive orange coat marked with black stripes. Bengal tigers are apex predators and play a crucial role in maintaining the ecological balance of their habitat. Bandhavgarh boasts one of the highest densities of Bengal tigers in India making it an ideal destination for wildlife enthusiasts and photographers seeking close encounters with these magnificent creatures. The park's diverse terrain, which includes dense forests, grasslands, and water bodies, provides ample prey and shelter for tigers. Bandhavgarh National Park conducts regular tiger population monitoring surveys using camera traps, satellite tracking and other scientific techniques. These surveys help assess the health and dynamics of the tiger population, identify individual tigers, and track their movements within the park. Tiger tourism plays a vital role in raising awareness about tiger protection and generating revenue for park management and local communities. Responsible tourism practices such as maintaining a safe distance from wildlife and minimizing disturbance to their natural behaviours are encouraged to ensure the well-being of both tigers and visitors.