Environment, Forest and Climate Change Department,

Government of Uttar Pradesh, India

Shri. Yogi Adityanath

Hon'ble Chief Minister,Uttar Pradesh

Shri. Dara Singh Chauhan

Hon'ble Minister,Forest Department


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.

  • Lion Safari

    In the first phase of 1000 acre (400 ha.) 400 acre within the Lion Breeding Center and Lions Safari and the remaining 600 acre in the surrounding reserved forest, has been taken up.

  • Dudhwa National Park

    Dudhwa National Park or the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve residing the areas of Lakhimpur & Kheri district of Uttar Pradesh, lying adjacent to the Indo-Nepal border bringing together two most incredible ,..

  • Tiger Conservation Society

    The Tiger Protection Society was also established during the previous regime of the Government. The primary objectives of the society include the study and management of ..

  • Sarus Conservation Society

    During its previous regime, the Government headed had been instrumental in the creation of Sarus Protection Society with the core objective of study, ecology and support..