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Royal Bengal Tiger
The Bengal tiger is the largest tiger subspecies, listed as endangered since 2010 though population number are back in growth. This magnificent cat has a yellow to light orange coat, with stripes ranging from dark brown to black; the belly and the interior parts of the limbs are white, and the tail is orange with black rings.
Great Indian Rhinoceros
Native to the Indian subcontinent and also known as the greater one-horned rhinoceros, listed as vulnerable with fragmented populations located mainly in northern India and southern Nepal.
Great Indian Bustard
Mainly found in India and adjoining regions of Pakistan, now believed to be only 150 surviving in the wild.
Crab Plover
Up to 1000 of these waders can be seen in the West coast. It’s a winter migrant and resembles a plover, but has very long grey legs and a strong heavy black bill similar to a tern.
Snow Leopard
The Snow Leopard is considered the most elusive of the great cats of the world. The elusive ghost of the Himalayas.
Winters on the Kosi river in Corbett Tiger Reserve, It is grey with a white belly, red legs and long down-curved bill, and a black face and black breast band.
Asiatic Lion
Now found only in the Gir Forest in the wilderness, and is considered to be one of the most important protected areas in Asia due to its supported species.
Forest Owlet
The forest owlet is an owl that is endemic to the forests of central India. This bird is on the verge of extinction and belongs to the typical owls family, Strigidae. It was considered extinct until it was rediscovered in 1997 by Pamela Rasmussen (113 after it was last seen).
Indian Skimmer
The Indian skimmer is mainly found in rivers or estuaries. It is one of the three species that belong to the skimmer family found in southern Asia, where it is patchily distributed and declining in numbers.
Mainly nocturnal and avoids the area if a Tiger is around. Similar in appearance to the jaguar, but has a smaller, lighter physique and smaller rosettes.

In an effort to support snow leopard conservation through the involvement of the community, Enchanted India works exclusively with guides from villages in snow leopard terrain.

This brings first hand local knowledge of the movement of the cats and allows direct benefits to local communities from tourism. By including home stays as a part of the trip, Enchanted India also ensures that stakeholders at every level are benefitted from client visits. Researchers confirm that perceived direct economic benefit from snow leopard related tourism helps villagers tolerate loss of sheep to snow leopard and reduces snow leopard-human conflict and cat mortality rates have dropped considerably over the years.

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