Golaghat: Kaziranga National Park, famed for its one-horned rhino, will be closed for tourists for three days from tomorrow for conducting the Rhino Census.
The census will take place on April 7 and 8 but the park would remain closed from tomorrow to enable forest officials to make arrangements for the exercise to be conducted under the supervision of Chief Conservator of Forest (Wildlife) S P Singh, a park official said.
Nearly 300 people would be involved in the census work.
There were 2048 rhinos in the park according to the last census conducted in 2009.
Rhino Census in the park is conducted after every four years, the official added.