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Wildlife Sanctuaries in India

WELCOME TO INDIAN WILDLIFE SANCTUARIES: Wildlife Sanctuaries in India are indeed, a great enchantment and overwhelming experience for nature lovers. India is proficient in conserving record number of forests and inhabitants in its approximately 442 wildlife sanctuaries and 99 national parks. India is said to be haven for 1250 different creatures of birds, plenty of animals and reptiles which are in various sanctuaries.

SANCTUARIESINDIA.COM will take you all for a virtual tour to all sanctuaries and parks in India. Enjoy the ride!

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List of Sanctuaries - Regionwise

Nandhaur Wildlife Sanctuary in Uttarakhand

Nandhaur Wildlife Sanctuary in India: Nandhaur Wildlife Sanctuary†is located between Gola and Sarda streams in the Haldwani forests division and spreads a region of 260 sq.km. In 2004, Wildlife Institute


Gangotri National Park in Uttarakhand

Gangotri National Park in India: Gangotri National Park†had been established in the year 1989 in Uttarkashi district in the upper catchment of Bhagirathi River covering 1,553 square kilometers area. There


Jhilmil Jheel Conservation Reserve in Uttarakhand

Jhilmil Jheel Conservation Reserve in India: Jhilmil Jheel conservation Reserve is situated on the bank of river Ganges in Chidiyapur Forest Range of Haridwar Forest Division which is covered area


Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary in Uttarakhand

Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary in India: Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary†is situated is the lap of Kumaun Hills in Himalayas on the top of Jhandi Dhar and it is situated about 33 km


Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary in Andhra Pradesh

Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary in India Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary (CWS) is one of the Wildlife Sanctuaries in Andhra Pradesh. It is located in East Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh. It is


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