Save Intangki National Park from dwindling floral and faunal diversity

Intangki National park, the only National park in Nagalad situated at 25°33′36″N 93°27′00″E / 25.56°N 93.45°E, total area about 202 Sqkm.
The forest area is a mix of The Northern Tropical Semi Evergreen forest (2B) and Northern Sub – Tropical Broad Leaved Wet hill Forest (8B/C1) (Source : Forest types Nagaland and Champion & Seth).
The Park is situated 37 Km from Dimapur (the commercial hub of Nagaland), in Peren district of Nagaland and 111 km from Kohima the state capital of Nagaland.

The park is home to a variety of birds including the Spot-breasted Parrotbill, Brown-capped Laughing Thrush, Brown-capped Laughing Thrush, Red-faced Liocichla, Striped Laughingthrush, Blue-fronted Redstart, Dusky Warbler, Ashy-throated Warbler, Buff-barred Warbler, Rufescent Prinia, Rufescent Prinia, Cachar Wedge-billed Wren-babbler, Cachar Wedge-billed Wren-babbler and much more, not forgeting the Hornbill and Black stor, Project Elephant has been impemented in the Park, other animals include the Rare Hollock gibbon - the only ape of India, locally called Kala bandar, Elephants, Mithun, Sambar, Barking Deer, Goral, Flying Squirrel, Wild Dog, Tiger, Sloth Bear, Hornbill and Black Stor.
Human activities , however has decreased wildlife habitat and added to the loss of biodiversity
Encroachment has been the single biggest issue for the loss of biodiversity both Floral and faunal, moreover massive removal of timber from the forest area in the past has led to the deteriorating state of the park, even to the present day encroachment continues abated and has been a hindrance for management,
fringe areas of the park has suffered the most anthropogenic disturbances producing edge effects deep inside the park.
If we are to save the last remains of our only Pure Virgin forest with its varied diiversity both floral and faunal from deterioriting, than the least we can do is to suppot the cause.