Northern Ridge biodiversity park, in Delhi Ridge of Aravalli range is a 87 hectares biodiversity area in the Northern Ridge (also called Kamla Nehru Ridge or forest) in Delhi, India. It lies in the Northern Aravalli leopard wildlife corridor.
Delhi has more than 7,884 hectares of fragmented forests, which are deprived of wild animals due to the unplanned urbanisation. Of the over 400 wetlands of Delhi, fewer than 3 or 4 major ones existed in 2014. In 2015, Delhi already had Aravalli Biodiversity Park and Yamuna Biodiversity Park. Delhi Development Authority (DDA) engaged the scientists of Delhi University to develop four more biodiversity parks in Delhi, including the Northern ridge biodiversity park (Kamla Nehru Ridge), Tilpath valley biodiversity park, Neelahauz biodiversity park and phase-2 of the Yamuna Biodiversity Park.
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