Camp King Elephant camp (Rajaji National Park) in India


Camp King Elephant camp (Rajaji National Park)
Typecamp
Founded2015
First elephant arrived2015
Address5/1, Ansari Road, Mohand Range
Zip-code248001
PlaceDehradun
RegionUttarakhand
CountryIndia
Websitehttp://www.rajajinationalpark.in/
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Description

Camp King Elephant camp (Rajaji National Park), located at 5/1, Ansari Road, Mohand Range, in Dehradun, in India, was founded in 2015 and the first elephant arrived in 2015.

At Camp King Elephant camp (Rajaji National Park) lives 17 elephants with records in this database: (detail list)

  1. Johnny
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  3. Menaka born 1989
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  5. Raja born 1990
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  7. Mamta born 1990
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  9. Ragini born 1990
  10. ,
  11. Kenchamba born 1997
  12. ,
  13. Yogi born 2000
  14. ,
  15. Tunga (Thunga) born 2001
  16. ,
  17. Shivagange born 2002
  18. ,
  19. Seetha (Roopa) born 2003
  20. ,
  21. Madakari born 2007
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  23. Gajaraja born 2007
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  25. Bheeshma (Bhisma) born 2008?
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  27. Karna born 2011?
  28. ,
  29. Rani born 2014
  30. ,
  31. unknown born 2015?
  32. ,
  33. Juhi born ~1997
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Final approval was accorded to Kudremukh (Karnataka) and Rajaji (Uttarakhand) for declaring Rajaji National Park as a tiger reserve in 15th April, 2015.Rajaji became the second tiger reserve in Uttarakhand.

The park has the largest population of Elephants in Uttarakhand.

2007: Ten elephants from various elephant camps in Kodagu are all set to travel to the jungles in Uttarakhand, to be resettled in the jungles there. Among the elephants are Madakari (10), Gajaraja (10), Kenchamba (20) of Doddaharve elephant camp, female elephants like Shivagange (25) and Kapila (32).


References for records about Camp King Elephant camp (Rajaji National Park)

Recommended Citation

Koehl, Dan (2020). Camp King Elephant camp (Rajaji National Park), Elephant Encyclopedia. Available online at https://www.elephant.se/location2.php?location_id=1800. (archived at the Wayback machine)

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