Natural History

The landscape is home to a variety of floral species which are native to the landscape. Being a dry land and the type of forests being dry deciduous, species of the acacia family dominate the landscape. The region is heavily dependent on monsoon and the effect of rains can be seen on the overall colour of the landscape which changes from a shade of brown to vast expanse of green. The local flora attracts a variety of colourful birds which can be easily spotted at early mornings. Just close to our location is the Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary which is home to a variety of fauna, some of them being – chetal, sambhar, wild boars, bears and monitor lizards. Here is a look at the different types of birds, animals and trees that are found in the region. 

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Local Avifauna

Photographs by: Geetha Venkatraman

Local Wildlife

Local Trees