The national park is well known worldwide for its lion breeding program which establishes and maintains breeding centers.
On this special day, Parveen Kaswan, Head of IFS, retweeted a great video showing a family of lions in Gir.
The clip was actually posted on September 19 by Wildlense India (@WildLense_India) with some interesting information about the national park.
Wildsense has informed supporters that Girl is a “true conservation success story” as it is one of the few wildlife sanctuaries where people and wildlife have co-existed for decades without any “significant human-wildlife conflict”. .
Parveen Kaswan was tagged at the end of the tweet.
“Happy 57th Anniversary to Gir National Park, Gujarat. Gir was declared a sanctuary on September 18, 1965. A true conservation achievement where people and wildlife co-exist without any significant human-wildlife conflict,” it read.
The Wildlense Eco Foundation, incorporated in 2018, works to save endangered species, forest ecosystems and lend a hand in the conservation of communities that are at the forefront of human-wildlife conflict.