167 pages, colour photos
This book provides adequate information and data of aspects of the flora and fauna of Corbett National Park so as to create popular awareness among the general public and nature-lovers in particular about the need of protection of forests and wildlife. For the successful conservation strategies of India's rich wildlife heritage, public awareness with constant political support are necessary in a country where protecting the forest and wildlife is not yet given utmost importance.
Edward James Corbett popularly known as "Jim" was a great hunter turned naturalist, a great author and photographer who shot two manseaters in the Corbett National Park but later took up the camera, putting down his gun, and took a deep interest in formation of this esteemed park. His famous classic tales of the jungles of Garhwai-Kumaon of Uttarakhand state in the shape of his classic, Man-Eaters of Kumaon, Temple Tiger, The Man-Eating Leopard of Rudraprayag and others are still best book sellers in the world.
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Anup K. Sinha, Post -Graduate in Ecology & Environment, a wildlife enthusiast and nature-lover spent many years roaming and researching in various parks and sanctuaries, is working as an officer in a Life insurance Company.