Increased patrolling by 5-member park personnel in Chamoli- Valley of Flowers National Park area

The Nanda Devi National Park administration has increased its long patrol for the protection of biodiversity and wildlife in the Valley of Flowers National Park, a World Heritage Site

Increased patrolling by 5-member park personnel in Chamoli- Valley of Flowers National Park area

The Nanda Devi National Park administration has increased its long patrol for the protection of biodiversity and wildlife in the Valley of Flowers National Park, a World Heritage Site. Park personnel are protecting wildlife by patrolling over the dangerous Kunth Khal and Tipra Glacier. 5-member park personnel sent by the Park Administration to the very sensitive, 13,500 feet glacier-covered Kunth Khal valley in Valley of Flowers National Park, has returned safely to the Govindghat range office.


The patrol team said that there are still glaciers spread at one or two places on the road approaching the valley. For the first time in this season, the park personnel have done long-distance patrol till Kunth Khal and Tipra Khark, which are above 13,500 feet to keep an eye on wildlife smugglers and smugglers of rare herbs., Let us tell you that, Nanda Devi National Park and Valley of Flowers were supposed to be opened for tourists on June 1, but due to Corona, both the national parks are closed, due to which the chances of wildlife smuggling remained high this year hence the park management is on the alert mode in the valley.