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Wildlife in Uttar Pradesh is synonymous with Dudhwa Tiger Reserve, but in fact, the state has a lot more to offer to enthusiasts and tourists alike! There are several parks and sanctuaries here that are home to a variety of species, extinct in other parts of Northern India, such as, the endangered Bengal Florikin and the successfully reintroduced, One-horned Rhinoceros. The splendid and vast hinterlands of the state are alive with exceptionally diverse wildlife, waiting, to be discovered. So rich is the population of the avifauna here that the birds not only flock around the lakes and water-bodies, but also in the agricultural fields of the various parts of the state.

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Shri Narendra Modi

(Hon'ble Prime Minister of India)

Shri Yogi Adity Nath

(Hon'ble Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh)

Shri Dara Singh Chauhan

(Hon'ble Minister, Forest & Wildlife Department, of Uttar Pradesh)

Shri Sudhir Garg, IAS

( Principal Secretary, EFCC Department, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh)

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7 days training activities Turtle Survival Alliance- India from 23rd to 29th February 2020 at Katerniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary.
Wetland Day on 2 Feb 20 bird festival was organised at Soor Sarovar Bird Sanctuary Agra

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Turtle Trade and COVID 19 released by PCCF (wildlife)

Gharials were released on 2nd May 2020