Suheli River

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Suheli River in the Dudhwa National Park

The Suheli River forms the southern boundary of the Dudhwa National Park and is considered the park's "life line".[1] It is a major river of the park, which is considered one of the last areas of productive Terai ecosystems in India.[2]

The Suheli, along with the Sharda and Mohana drain into the Ghagra River system.[3]

South Asian river dolphins possibly occur near the confluence of the Suheli with the Ghagha (Ghaghara), but there have been no surveys to confirm this.[4]


  1. ^ Singh, B. (2009). Effect of water pollution on Pistia stratiotes in river Suheli of Dudhwa National Park and river Gomti of Lucknow city. Research in Environment and Life Sciences 2(3): 173–178.
  2. ^ Kumar, S. (2009). "Retrieval of forest parameters from Envisat ASAR data for biomass inventory in Dudhwa National Park, U.P., India" Thesis submitted to Indian Institute of Remote Sensing and International Institute for Geo-information Science and Earth Observation.
  3. ^ Tiwaru, P. C., Joshi, B. (1998). Wildlife in the Himalayan Foothills: Conservation and Management Indus Publishing, New Delhi.
  4. ^ Reeves, R. R., Smith, B. D., Kasuya, T. (2000).Biology and Conservation of Freshwater Cetaceans in Asia. Issue 23 of IUCN Species Survival Commission Occasional Paper Series