Pilibhit Tiger Reserve has 36 tigers. Pilibhit forests are part of terai forests which constitute habitat for over 127 animals, 556 bird species and 2,100 flowering plants.
Pilibhit Tiger Reserve came into existence in the month of September 2008, when Government of India approved the area for its inhabitants in the pilibhit district
of Uttar Pradesh
. Pilibhit Tiger reserve is a finest example of the diverse and productive Terai eco-systems. The reserve has a core area of 1089 km2. The northern edge lies along the Indo-Nepal border while the southern boundary is marked by the river Sharada and Khakra.
It is home to a large number of rare and endangered species that include tiger, leopard, swamp deer, hispid hare and Bengal floricans. This reserve lies on the India-Nepal border in the foothills of the Himalaya and the plains of the `terai` in Uttar Pradesh. This new reserve would run through Pilibhit, Kishenpur sanctuary and Khutar range of Shahjahanpur.
The best time to visit this Tiger Reserve is between September and mid-June. Though it is cold during December and February there are a lot of wild animal due to clean grass in the foothills of the Terai.
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