Quite small indeed with its 34sq kilometers but still a place that nature / wildlife lovers will go to. The reasons might depend on the season though. All year round seems good for carnivores but summer is definitely not good for birding (or very limited). I went there in May because I had hopes to see striped hyenas and indian wolves. The latter is a subspecies of the grey wolf (but rather different) but the first is one of the rarest big carnivores and finding a place where it is relatively common to see it is kind of miracle (in Africa, it exists but is virtually impossible to be seen). I managed to see both and was immensely happy about it. There is an estimated population of 8 striped hyenas and more or less 20 wolves including those roaming in the outskirts of the park itself. Blackbucks, nilgais and wild boars were also aplenty so that was a good moment. I saw a jungle cat from a distance but that was already something.
The park is the only grassland place (with an undeniable taste of Africa savannah) in India to have been declared as a National Park. It seems well managed by the authorities however I think that they should adjust the opening/closing hours in afternoon during the summer. Morning safaris were excellent because it is not yet too hot but afternoon were less interesting (if not dull). They should close the park not before 7:30PM instead of 6:30PM. All the action seems to start when you have to leave the park because it gets cooler, that is a bit sad and is not meant to bring more tourist there in my opinion.
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