• Dave Harmon, PW editor

India | WH-listed Keoladeo NP contends with large influx of cattle from adjacent lands

BHARATPUR: At Rajasthan’s Keoladeo National Park, the Unesco World Heritage Site formerly known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, tourists arrive from across the country and abroad to see the hundreds of species of birds, including migratory ones, forwhich the protected forest is world famous.

These days, however, they are treated to the sight of masses of stray cows and bulls, abandoned inside the forest by neighbouring villagers.

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