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Mumbai (Bombay) | Delhi | Agra | Jaisalmer | Jaipur | Nagaur Camel Festival | On the Road | Jamba and the Desert | Jodhpur & Osiyan | Udaipur and Ranakpur | Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park

We spent two days at Ranthambore National Park in hopes of seeing at least one tiger. Ranthambore is one of some twenty reserves throughout India participating in Project Tiger, a national effort to increase the tiger population in India. When declared a national park in 1980, Ranthambore had only 15 tigers. The tiger population at the time of our visit was over 50. Unfortunately, our visit was an exercise in futility, as the gallery photo shows. The closest we came to a tiger was a paw print!
Is Anyone Home?
Is Anyone Home?
Tiger Print
Tiger Print
Painted Storks
Painted Storks
Young Sambar Deer
Young Sambar Deer
Sambar Deer
Sambar Deer
Purple Heron
Purple Heron
Old Hunting Lodge
Old Hunting Lodge
Sambar Deer & Egrets
Sambar Deer & Egrets
Spotted Deer (Chital)
Spotted Deer (Chital)
Crocodile
Crocodile
Sambar Deer & Egret
Sambar Deer & Egret
Langur
Langur
Peacock
Peacock
Rantthambore Fort
Rantthambore Fort
Gatekeepers
Gatekeepers
Ibis
Ibis
Anhinga (Snakebird)
Anhinga (Snakebird)
Painted Stork
Painted Stork
Egret
Egret
Male Blue Bull (Nilgai)
Male Blue Bull (Nilgai)
Langur
Langur
Vanyavillas
Vanyavillas
Our Tent at Vanyavillas
Our "Tent" at Vanyavillas
Water Lily
Water Lily
Female Blue Bull
Female Blue Bull
Roseringed Parakeet
Roseringed Parakeet
Rufous (Indian) Treepie
Rufous (Indian) Treepie
Homo Sapiens
Homo Sapiens
Egret
Egret
Banyan Tree
Banyan Tree
Antelope
Antelope
Black-tailed Godwit
Black-tailed Godwit
Sambar Deer
Sambar Deer
Plover
Plover
Stilt
Stilt
Wild Boar
Wild Boar
More Homo Sapiens
More Homo Sapiens