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With the majestic Pench river flowing through the greens and a variety of wildlife to be spotted in the rocky terrains, Pench National Park served as an inspiration for the famous novel 'The Jungle Book'.
Home to a variety of flora and fauna, Pench is one of the most popular national parks in the Central India. The serene surroundings of rich woody forests with the occasional sightings of wild animals make this national park an ideal tourist spot. More than 1300 species of plant species have been traced at Pench National Park, most of which consist of some of the dying and endangered plants. with the river flowing in the midst of the national park, the surroundings create a peaceful environment which is bound to leave a permanent impression on the minds of the tourists.
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Various species of Fauna and Flora can be found here. Some endangered species like king vulture and white scavenger can be spotted here.
Has a tropical climate, making it too hot in summers and too cold in winters.
Pench National Park is a great place for wildlife lovers, nature lovers and photography enthusiasts.
The nearest well-connected airports are Nagpur (92 km) and Jabalpur (200 km). The nearest railway staion is in Nagpur, which is 92 km away. This national park is also very well connected by road an... (Read More)
Answer: Migratory birds like Brahmini Duck, Pochards, Barheaded Geese, Coots visit the Pench national park in winters. The white-rumped, longbilled, white scavenger and king vulture can be seen here, which are now endangered.
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