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Wildlife Board Approves Durgavati Tiger Reserve as New Tiger Reserve

The Durgavati Tiger Reserve is a 2,339 square kilometers new tiger reserve that will spread across Narsinghpur, Damoh, and Sagar districts. Madhya Pradesh Wildlife Board has approved the making of a new tiger reserve of Panna Tiger Reserve (PTP), one-fourth of which will get submerged due to the Linkin of the Ken-Betwa rivers.

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Key Points related to Durgavati Tiger Reserve

  • The new tiger reserve will be known as Durgavati Tiger Reserve and it will spread across Narsinghpur, Damoh, and Sagar districts.
  • A green corridor linking PTR with Durgavati will be developed for the natural movement of the tiger to the new reserve.
  • The Madhya Pradesh Wildlife Board was chaired by Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.
  • He approved a notify 1,414 sq km area as the core area and 925 sq km as a buffer in the new tiger reserve.
  • The new tiger reserves are a part of a wildlife management plan for Panna for the Ken-Betwa rivers linking project.
  • The two state governments with the center are implementing a ₹44,605 crore river-linking project to end the water crisis in the Bundelkhand region.

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