The Sariska Tiger Reserve is located in the Indian state of Rajasthan. Spread over 866 square kilometers of arid forests on the Aravalli range, it is home to many species of flora and fauna. In 1978, the Indian Government declared it a tiger reserve under its Project Tiger initiative. However, because of poaching in 2005 it was declared that there were no tigers left in the reserve.
Thereafter some tigers were relocated from the Ranthambore National Park to this reserve. In the 2018 tiger census, the reserve reported the presence of 18 tigers and several cubs.
The Sariska National Park is also home to many other wild animals including leopards, antelopes and jungle cats. It also offers birdwatchers the opportunity to spot rare birds such as the white throated kingfisher and the Indian eagle owl.