It is said that, the name Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve was derived from one of the grasslands found inside the reserve. The reserve shares a common boundary with the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh in the south and west which is formed by the Mahakali River. In ancient time, Suklapanta wild life reserve area was a favourite hunting ground for Nepal’s ruling classes and was declared as a Royal Hunting Reserve in 1969.Than means the one and only hunting place of Nepal is Suklapanta Wildlife Reserve.
Suklapanta Wildlife Reserve is rich in various kinds of flora and fauna. Many wonderful species such as Bengal tiger, Indian leopard, sloth bear, swamp deer, elephant and other living creatures are preserved in this area. The area is rich with deciduous forest. Different kinds of species are to be observed in this reservation area, which is rich in Eco biodiversity among other parts of Nepal.
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Tucked against the Indian border, Sukla Phanta Wildlife Reserve covers 305 sq km of sal forest and phanta (grassland) along the banks of the Bahini River. The terrain is similar to Bardia National Park and the reserve has tigers, rhinos, crocodiles, wild elephants and Nepal’s largest population of swamp deer (currently numbering around 2000) as well as large numbers of migratory birds. Like other national parks in Nepal, Sukla Phanta has been badly affected by poaching and human encroachment.