Water pipeline management system for wildlife in Ranthambore

A Beautiful view of the Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore is the first wildlife sanctuary of the state to supply water through the pipeline on the hill for wildlife.

In the summer season, water problems arise at the mountainous areas for wildlife in Ranthambore. To get rid of this problem, a unique initiative has been taken to bring water to the mountainous forest areas for wildlife in Ranthambore National Park. Under this, the forest department has laid pipelines of water till the hill in many areas of Ranthambore National Park. Ranthambore is the first wildlife sanctuary of the state, which is supplying water through the pipeline up to the hill for wild animals. This unique and new initiative of the Forest Department in Ranthambore has presented an example for other wildlife sanctuaries.

Tiger at water-hole in Ranthambore National Park

In order to facilitate wildlife in forest areas located on the hill, water-holes have also been constructed on the hill by the forest department of Rajasthan. In such a situation, tigers and other wild animals are easily quenching their thirst. The summer season is considered to be best time for Jungle safari in Ranthambore National Park, because all wildlife action happens near the water hole. This is the golden opportunity to see the tiger near the water body in summer season. This is the reason why most of the wildlife photographers prefer to visit Ranthambore in summer season so that they can easily capture tigers and other wild animals in their cameras.

The pipeline is laid out in three safari areas
At present in Ranthambhore, the pipeline has been laid down in only some parts of the three areas. Water is being supplied through the pipeline to the hills in safari zone 1, 4 and 8. Forest officials said that in Zone 1, from Sultanpur Chaki to Khiyara Talai, by laying around two kilometers of pipelines on the hill, Water is being supplied into the water-hole in Ranthambore National Park. In Safari Zone 8 of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, from Balas Chowki to Makho, Up to about six hundred meters height, Water is being supplied to the hill. Similarly, water is being supplied up to two hundred meters height in Lakarda in Zone 4 of Ranthambore National park. In Ranthambore about two years ago in elevated terrains, the work of laying pipelines for wild animals was started.

Tiger sighting at water-hole in Ranthambore

Safari zone and tigers in Ranthambore
In the respective zones, where the pipeline has been laid to water supply to the hilly and elevated areas, there are continuous movements of many tigers. There are movements of Tiger T-61, T-58 in Safari zone 8 of Ranthambore. The tigress T39 Noor with her three cubs and T-57 marks their territory in the safari zone 1 of Ranthambore National Park. There are T 19 and her three cubs and T41 in zone 4 of the Ranthambore national Park.

More than 40 water holes in Ranthambore
About five water holes have been constructed in each of the ten safari zones in the tourist area of Ranthambore National Park. Ranthambore Safari Zone 3 has two water holes due to high water source. Thus, the number of total water holes in Ranthambore is more than 40.

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Wednesday, 12 June 2024