Madhav National park
Madhav National Park
Madhav National Park is one of the major wildlife parks in the district which is spread over an area of 157 sq km. It was a famous hunting spot for the Gwalior royal family as well as the British. Some of the animals inhabiting this park are the four-horned antelope, blue-bull, chinkara, tiger, leopard and chital.
Birds like migratory geese, pochard, pintail, teal and mallard can also be easily spotted in the national park. Other important birds living in this park are the white-breasted kingfisher, pond heron, purple-sunbird and painted stork.
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