Kalesar National Park
About Kalesar National Park
The Kalesar National Park is geologically situated on the north east of Yamuna Nagar town in Haryana. The KNP covers a region of 53 sq km (20.46 sq miles) in Yamuna Nagar locale.
This national park is a sal woods in the Shivalik Hills, a name given to the foothills of the Himalayas is spread over 45 sq km (17.37 sq miles).
The recreation center’s height shifts from 2000 to 3,500 ft (609 to 1066 meters). The streams of the River Ganga and Beas courses throughout the national park.
The Kalesar National Park is home to distinctive types of wild creatures, winged creatures, and plants.
Greenery of the recreation centre incorporate diverse types of trees, for example, sal, little sindoor, khair, shisham, sain, jhingan, chhal (Anogeissus latifolia) alongside numerous mixed bags of restorative plants.
The KNP is a home to red wilderness fowl. Few of the wild creatures found in the recreation center incorporate wild pigs, sambhars, bunnies, porcupine, monkeys, and chitals.
Aside from red jungle fowl, other essential feathered creature species found in the recreation center are gray hooded warbler, red-billed blue magpie, crested serpent eagle, and bar-tailed tree creeper, chestnut bellied nuthatch, gray capped pygmy woodpecker, and blue bearded bee-eater.