A Field Survey To Investigate The Flora And Fauna of Dhauladhar Nature Park in North-Western Himalayan Region of India

Sharma Kumar Neeraj
2015 Journal of Tropical Life Science  
Taxonomic studies on wildlife biodiversity has always been very fascinating along with great purpose of providing valuable information of their present status with regard to species number and future course of action required for their conservation. A study regarding survey of flora and fauna was carried out at Dhauladhar Nature's Park of Gopalpur in district Kangra of Himachal Pradesh during the month of April, 2015. The present study has revealed the presence of 9 mammals, 2 reptilians, 5
more » ... sants and 4 other birds belonging to 12 families along with 44 plants species belonging to 28 families. Further, it is suggested that provisions for Himalayan snakes and butterflies, the other two are very important Himalayan fauna which could be created as soon as possible so that nature's park can fulfill its true purpose of conservation of Himalayan wild animals in real sense.
doi:10.11594/jtls.05.03.07 fatcat:3uxis6vksvhxplxdqgxaretg64