- Wildlife Sancturies in India
Wildlife Sancturies in India
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary to over 400 type of exclusive, exotic and uncommon birds that take in original as well as migratory water birds including the world-famous Siberian Cranes. The sanctuary also shelters a variety of the rare and endangered species of birds, making it one of the most inviting destination in the world for ornithologists and environment lovers.
Periyar wildlife sanctuary has a charming lake at the heart of the sanctuary. Shaped with the structure of a dam in 1895, this reservoir meanders around the contours of the forested hills, providing an enduring foundation of water for the local wildlife. Though it’s a Tiger Reserve, tourists come here to sight the Indian elephants in the act of ablution and liveliness by the Periyar lake.
The Sasan Gir Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1965, In Gujrat state of India. The Sasan Gir wildlife sanctuary a total area of 1412km out of which 258km for the fully protected area for National Park and 1153km for the Sanctuary. The park is located 65km to the south-east of Junagadh.
inted cliffs of hills and slight valleys of the Aravallis mountain range rules the scenery of Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary. The area was stated a sanctuary in 1955 and became a National Park in 1979. The topography of Sariska is dry and deciduous. Within the Sariska wildlife sanctuary there are the remains of medieval temples of Garh-Rajor, belonging to the 10th and 11th centuries.