Tiger inhabitants out of the forest in Ranthambore National Park
Tigers are not stopping to get out from the forest in Ranthambore. Out of Ranthambore National Park, tigers are coming in the human populated area. The tiger's exit from the forest is not stopping. Recently, the movement of Tigress T-79 has remained once again in the "Baasath ka Nalah" near Jaitpur in the Khandar range. Tigress T-79 is the daughter of Tigress T-13.
According to the information received from the forest department, the movement of tiger's remains in this area. Even before this, this tigress has come many times around this Nalah. However, the tigress is constantly being tracked by the forest department. So far, the movement of the tigress has remained in the area around the Nalah (Channel).
Many tigers are walking at park periphery
Last day, a tiger and tigress from Ranthambore have been shifted to Sariska and Mukundra Tiger Reserve. Even after this, many tigers are out from the jungle and are still roaming around the periphery of the park and in the populated areas. These include T 97, T 95, T 66, T 100, T 79, T 80, T 96 T 98 and T 114 etc. This has also been exposed in the Forest Department's inquiry report. After this, a tiger and tigress were shifted out of Ranthambore by the forest department. But even after this, many tigers movements have remained in the areas of human population.
Marked for shifting
Ten tigresses were marked to send Mukundra by the forest department. One of these tigresses had to shifting to Mukundra. The department also included the Tiger T79 on this list. However, later the department had sent the Tigress T-83 aka lightning to Mukundra. The forest department's decision was also opposed by wildlife experts. They had said that the tigress is coming out repeatedly from the forest, she should shift.
What can be the other option now?
The number of tigers is increasing steadily in Ranthambore National Park. In such a situation, the territory is falling short for tigers. Apart from this, with the onset of summer, the tigers are turning towards the human population area in search of water and hunting. In such a way the enclosure can be a better option. Earlier in the month of February, the Forest Department had prepared a proposal to build an enclosure for those tigers that were going out of the national park.
Possibility of third division
Due to the high number of tigers in Ranthambore, the tigers are going out from the National Park. At the same time, many tigers have already gone to Ramgarh Vishdhari Sanctuary in Bundi via Indargarh, Lakheri. In this way, the forest department is now planning to create a third division, connecting Bundi and Indargarh. At present, Sawai Madhopur and Karauli are two divisions in Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. The area of Ramgarh Vishdhari Sanctuary from Indagarh is about 600 square kilometers. In such cases, tigers will get better habitats.