A haven for nature and wildlife enthusiasts, ornithologists, botanists, and tourists and adventurers in general - Uttarakhand’s rich and varied wildlife never ceases to amaze. The state boasts as many as 6 national parks - including the popular Corbett National Park famed for its tigers and the Govind National Park that boasts about 15 mammal and 150 bird species along with several medicinal plants - that are home to a diversified range of flora and fauna, including endemic, rare and even endangered species of animals and birds. Along with this, the state also boasts two conservation reserves - Asan Barrage and Jhilmil Tal - and one UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are quite a few lakes in the state that welcome migratory birds as well, which attract birdwatchers in large numbers.
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