Bandipur National Park in India


Bandipur National Park




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Typewild

OwnerKarnataka Forest Departement
Total nrs1600
Founded1931
Number of animals1600
Address NH 67, Hangala Village,Gundlupet Taluk
Zip-code 571126
Place Bandipur
StateKarnataka
Country India
Website Website

Directors 2019-2021: T. Balachandra (director)
2022-now: Ramesh Kumar (director)

Key People

Veterinarians

Elephant department

Head keepers
of elephants

Elephant keepers
Google map
Relevant literature

Description

Bandipur National Park, located at NH 67, Hangala Village,Gundlupet Taluk, in Bandipur, Karnataka, India , was founded in 1931.


Comments / pictures2020-09-19: Over 1,600 elephants are wandering in and around Bandipur Tiger Reserve (BTR), as per an internal survey conducted by forest officials of the reserve.

References for records about Bandipur National Park

Recommended Citation

Koehl, Dan (2021). Bandipur National Park, Elephant Encyclopedia. Available online at https://www.elephant.se/location2.php?location_id=1515. (archived at the Wayback machine)

Sources used for this article is among others:


Bandipur National Park on elephant-news.com

Bandipur National Park is mentioned on Elephant News:

DateLinks which opens in new window
2020-09-20Tiger preys on young elephant in bandipur - Elephant News
2020-09-191,600 elephants in bandipur, finds internal survey - Elephant News
2019-08-29Do india’s elephants really need birth control? - Elephant News
Nine jumbos travel 2700 km along with 16 mahouts to reach corbett from karnataka - Elephant News
2012-03-04Why relocating badly behaved wild elephants doesn’t work - Elephant News
Tiger kills elephant calves - Elephant News
Rise in elephant population at bandipur tiger reserve - Elephant News
2011-03-12Bandipur elephant census - Elephant News
Killer elephant tramples one more in bangalore - Elephant News
2010-11-06Will they number more than 5,000? - Elephant News
2022-04-21Twin elephant calves born in bandipur saved from drowning moments after birth - Elephant News


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