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| Last Updated:: 29/09/2014

Tiger Reserve Database

Tiger Reserves:

Project Tiger was launched by the Government of India in the year 1973 to save the endangered species of tiger in the country.  Starting from nine (9) reserves in 1973-74 the number is grown up to forty seven (47).  A total area of 68676.47 km2 is covered by these project tiger areas.

 

Project Tiger Reserves of India (as on September, 2014)

Sl.

No.

Name of Tiger Reserve

State

Area of the core / critical tiger habitat     (In Sq. Kms.)

Area  of the buffer / peripheral

(In Sq. Kms.)

Total area

(In Sq.Kms.)

1

Bandipur

Karnataka

872.24

584.06

1456.3

2

Corbett

Uttarakhand

821.99

466.32

1288.31

Amangarh (buffer of Corbett TR)

Uttar Pradesh

-

80.60

80.60

3

Kanha

Madhya Pradesh

917.43

1134.361

2051.791

4

Manas

Assam

840.04

2310.88

3150.92

5

Melghat

Maharashtra

1500.49

1268.03

2768.52

6

Palamau

Jharkhand

414.08

715.85

1129.93

7

Ranthambore

Rajasthan

1113.364

297.9265

1411.291

8

Similipal

Odisha

1194.75

1555.25

2750.00

9

Sunderbans

West Bengal

1699.62

885.27

2584.89

10

Periyar

Kerala

881.00

44.00

925.00

11

Sariska

Rajasthan

881.1124

332.23

1213.342

12

Buxa

West Bengal

390.5813

367.3225

757.9038

13

Indravati

Chhattisgarh

1258.37

1540.70

2799.07

14

Namdapha

Arunachal Pradesh

1807.82

245.00

2052.82

15

Dudhwa

Uttar Pradesh

1093.79

1107.9848

2201.7748

16

Kalakad-Mundanthurai

Tamil Nadu

895.00

706.542

1601.542

17

Valmiki

Bihar

598.45

300.93

899.38

18

Pench

Madhya Pradesh

411.33

768.30225

1179.63225

19

Tadoba-Andhari

Maharashtra

625.82

1101.7711

1727.5911

20

Bandhavgarh

Madhya Pradesh

716.903

820.03509

1598.10

21

Panna

Madhya Pradesh

576.13

1021.97**

1578.55

22

Dampa

Mizoram

500.00

488.00

988.00

23

Bhadra

Karnataka

492.46

571.83

1064.29

24

Pench

Maharashtra

257.26

483.96

741.22

25

Pakke

Arunachal Pradesh

683.45

515.00

1198.45

26

Nameri

Assam

200.00

144.00

344.00

27

Satpura

Madhya Pradesh

1339.264

794.04397

2133.30797

28

Anamalai

Tamil Nadu 

958.59

521.28

1479.87

29

Udanti-Sitanadi

Chattisgarh

851.09

991.45

1842.54

30

Satkosia

Odisha

523.61

440.26

963.87

31

Kaziranga

Assam

625.58

548.00

1173.58

32

Achanakmar

Chattisgarh

626.195

287.822

914.017

33

Dandeli-Anshi

Karnataka

814.884

282.63

1097.514

34

Sanjay-Dubri

Madhya Pradesh

812.571

861.931

1674.502

35

Mudumalai

Tamil Nadu

321.00

367.59

688.59

36

Nagarahole

Karnataka

643.35

562.41

1205.76

37

Parambikulam

Kerala

390.89

252.772

643.662

38

Sahyadri

Maharashtra

600.12

565.45

1165.57

39

Biligiri Ranganatha Temple

Karnataka

359.10

215.72

574.82

40

Kawal

Telangana

893.23

1125.89

2019.12

41

Sathyamangalam

Tamil Nadu

793.49

614.91

1408.40

42

Mukandra Hills

Rajasthan

417.17

342.82

759.99

43

Nawegaon-Nagzira

Maharashtra

653.674

-

653.674

44

Nagarjunsagar Srisailam (part)*

Andhra Pradesh

2595.72*

700.59*

3296.31*

45

Nagarjunasagar Srisailam (part) *

Telangana

2166.37*

445.02*

2611.39*

46

Pilibhit

Uttar Pradesh

602.7980

127.4518

730.2498

47

Bor

Maharashtra

138.12

-

138.12

 

TOTAL

 

38770.30

29906.17

 

68676.47

 Source: Project Tiger

 Map showing Tiger Reserves in India

 

List of Tiger Reserves in India (jpg format)
 

S.No. Name of Tiger Reserves
1 Achanakmar
2 Annamalai
3 Bandhavgarh
4 Bandipur
5 Bhadra
6 Bori-Satpura
7 Buxa
8 Corbett
9 Dampa
10 Dandeli-Anshi
11 Dudhwa
12 Indravati
13 Kalakad-Mundanthurai
14 Kanha
15 Kaziranga
16 Manas
17 Melghat
18 Mudumalai
19 Nagarhole
20 Nagarjunsagar-Srisailam
21 Namdapha
22 Nameri
23 Pakke
24 Palamau
25 Panna
26 Parambikulam
27 Pench, Madhya Pradesh
28 Pench, Maharastra
29 Periyar
30 Ranthambhore
31 Sanjay
32 Sariska
33 Satkosia
34 Sayadari
35 Simlipal
36 Sunderbans
37 Tadoba-Andhari
38 Udanti-Sitanadi
39 Valmiki

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Tiger population estimate for the year 2006 & 2010

 

State                                    Tiger Population                                 Tiger km2

 

2006

2010

Increase/ Decrease/ Stable

2006

2010

Increase/ Decrease/ Stable

Shivalik-GangeticPlain Landscape Complex

Uttarakhand

178 (161-195)

227 (199-256)

Increase

1,901

3,476

Increase

Uttar Pradesh

109 (91-127)

118 (113-124)

Stable

2,766

2,511

Stable

Bihar

1 (7-13)

8     (-)

Stable

510

750

Increase

Shivalik-Gangetic

297 (259-335)

353 (320-388)

Stable

5,177

6,712

Increase

Central Indian Landscape Complex and Eastern Ghats Landscape Complex

Andhra Pradesh

9 (84-107)

7 (65-79)

Decrease

14,126

4,495

Decrease

Chhattisgarh

2 (23-28)

2 (24-27)

Stable

3,609

3,514

Stable

Madhya Pradesh

300 (236-364)

257 (213-301)

Stable

15,614

13,833

Decrease

Maharashtra

103 (76-131)

168 (155-183)

Increase

4,273

11,960

Increase

Orissa

4 (37-53)

3 (20-44)

Stable

9,144

3,398

Decrease

Rajasthan

3 (30-35)

3 (35-37)

Stable

356

637

Increase

Jharkhand

-

1 (6-14)

-

1,488

1,180

Decrease

Central India

601 (486-718)

601 (518-685)

Stable

48,610

39,017

Decrease

Western Ghats Landscape Complex

Karnataka

290 (241-339)

300 (280-320)

Stable

18,715

14,414

Decrease

Kerala

4 (39-53)

7 (67-75)

Increase

6,168

6,804

Stable

Tamil Nadu

7 (56-95)

163 (153-173)

Increase

9,211

8,389

Stable

Western Ghats

412 (336-487)

534 (500-568)

Increase

34,094

29,607

Decrease

North Eastern Hills and Brahmaputra Flood Plains

Assam

7 (60-80)

143 (113-173)

Increase

1,164

2,381

Increase

Arunachal Pradesh

1 (12-18)

-

-

1,685

1,304

Decrease

Mizoram

6     (4-8)

5

Stable

785

416

Decrease

Northern West

Bengal

1 (8-12)

-

-

596

799

Increase

North East Hills, and Brahmaputra

100 (84-118)

148 (118-178)

Increase

4,230

4,900

Increase

Sundarbans

-

7 (64-90)

-

1,586

1,645

Stable

TOTAL

1,411 (1,165-

1,657)

1,706 (1,520-

1,909)

 

93,697

81,881

 

 

(Source: Status of tigers, co-predators and prey in India, WII, 2010)