Our March Calendar features Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen and His Royal Highness The Gyalsey at the Royal Manas National Park.
The Royal Manas National Park, which covers over 1,050 square kms and is spread over three districts, is the oldest designated wildlife sanctuary in Bhutan, protected since 1966.
Today, the Park, which has been recently opened to limited tourism, is a sanctuary for thousands of plants and animal species, including many that are globally endangered.
The Park is home to the Royal bengal tiger, Asian elephant, one-horned rhino, clouded leopard, Hiamalayan black bear, pangolin, golden langur, and a variety of endangered birds, such as a variety of hornbills, the Pallas fishing eagle, great white bellied heron, spotted wren babbler, blue-headed rock thrush and emerald cuckoo. There are 365 recorded birds species here, and another 200 believed to be in residence.
Major rivers of central Bhutan flow into the Manas river, which is home to the Gangetic river dolphin, three species of a rare migratory game fish- masheer, and numerous other aquatic creatures.
There are over 900 species of valuable plants found in the park.
The Royal Manas National Park is bordered to the south by the Manas National Park in Assam (India), and the Jigme Singye National Park in the north. It is also connected by biological corridors to the Phibsoo Wildlife Sanctuary, Thrumshingla National Park, and Khaling Wildlife Sanctuary, allowing free movement for these protected species.
The park is managed by a team of dedicated forest guards who work round the clock. These elephants are an integral part of this team in keeping the park safe.
We have designed beautiful calendars featuring Their Majesties to be used as wallpaper for your laptops, computers and smartphones. You can download the calendars, which will be released every month, for free.
Smartphones and tablets
Download the calendar into your smartphone picture gallery. To set it as your wallpaper, go to settings, tap “wallpaper” (tap Display and then Wallpaper on Android) and choose the calendar to make it your home screen, lock screen, or both.
- iPhone SE and similar smartphones
- iPhone 7 and similar smartphones
- iPhone 7 Plus and similar smartphones
- iPads and similar tablets
Desktops and laptops
Click on the size you want. The calendar will open in your web browser. To set it as your desktop wallpaper, right-click the picture, and choose “Set as Wallpaper” or “Set as Desktop Background” or “Use Image as Desktop Picture”. To find out the screen resolution of your computer, check Desktop properties.
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