Interpretation Centre is strategic and meaningful. Sariska Interpretation Centre is all about interpreting the ecology of Sariska Tiger Reserve from its Macro to micro ecology and also to...
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A Life Size tiger model of T-6 tiger in Sariska habitat diorama
Information Gallery-I with the Birds of Sariska theme- Gallery has information panels about birds of Sariska.. local, migratory... A touchscreen with all the information about birds of sariska, their habits, features, HD bird calls and voice overs of the information in Hindi and English. The gallery also has a Bird Migratory Pattern Interactive LED Map. ( All done inhouse)
10ft x 6ft Bird Migratory Pattern (Central Asian Flyway) L.E.D Interactive Map
(Bird Diorama) Life size model of a Treepie bird on individually hand shaped artificial leaves to make biologically correct form of leaves, their cluster on artificial branches of a "Palash" (Butea monosperma) tree.
A life size cattle egret in bird diorama
A life size model of a Flameback Woodpecker in Sariska Bird Habitat Diorama
A life Size Indian Pita Bird peeping shyly
"Avifauna" Bird Info Touchscreen
Mammals and Vegetation Gallery -II
A 10ftx6ft Animal Trade Route L.E.D Interative Map depicting the international trade routes of various animals, their body parts and skins
Mammals Diorama depicting the relationship between a langoor and a spotted deer ( how langoor throws fruits, berries and flower on the ground which deers relish and also how langoors also keep a vigil and sound alarm when tiger is on prowl - thus cautioning the deer .). A lifesize model of a spotted deer with Sariska's Forest floor turf and a life sized gibbon sitting on the tree branch.
A 10ft x 10ft relief mural on sandstone depicting the ecology of Sariska
Interactive L.E.D Map
Mammals Gallery Touchscreen with all the information about the flora and fauna of Sariska Tiger Reserve, including pictures, biological information, quiz games, animal clippings, calling sounds and voiceovers in Hindi and English
Ranthambhore Folk Art at the entrance of the Centre... a traditional way to welcome the visitors