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North East India Wildlife

North East India Wildlife, North East India Wildlife Sanctuary

'Exceptional' is the word which aptly describes the wildlife of North East Indian states. The Wildlife Sanctuaries and the National Parks of North East India offer a rare opportunity of sighting the most enchanting wildlife species – endangered one-horned Rhino, tiger, elephant and gaur (world's largest wild ox). Other wildlife species found here are snow leopard, wild dog, yaks, musk deer, red panda, sambar and the list seems to be endless. Go into the depths of the forests in North East India, and you will be rewarded with mesmerizing sights of a wide variety of flora and fauna. Whether its famous Kaziranga National Park(famous for endangered one-horned Rhino) or Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary, you will witness amazing wildlife.

North East India with eight states( Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland, Meghalaya, Tripura and Sikkim), is a wildlife paradise. Some of the known national parks and wildlife sanctuaries of North East are Kaziranga National Park, Manas National Park, Nameri Bird Sanctuary, Sessa Orchid Sanctuary and Itanagar Wildlife Sanctuary. Beautiful birds can also be sighted in North East Indian States. Lesser White-fronted Goose, Ferruginous Duck, Baer's Pochard duck, Lesser Adjutant, Greater Adjutant, Black-necked Stork, Asian Openbill, White-tailed, Palla's Fish Eagle are a few to name.

Kaziranga National Park AssamKaziranga National Park
Kaziranga National Park is famous for many reasons. UNESCO declared it as a World Heritage Site. It is a home to the One horned Rhinoceroses and is the oldest National Park of Assam.


Pobitora Wildlife SanctuaryPobitora Wildlife Sanctuary
Visited by tourists from across the globe for One horned Rhinoceros, the Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary is a famous sanctuary of North East India. It covers an area of 38.8 sq km and is located on the border of Nagaon and Kamrup districts.


Manas Natioanal ParkManas Natioanal Park
Manas National Park, a World Heritage Site is a Project Tiger Reserve nestled in the Himalayan foothill. It shelters rare and endangered wildlife such as Assam Roofed Turtle, Hispid Hare, Golden Langur and Pygmy Hog.


Eagle's Nest SanctuaryEagle's Nest Sanctuary
Established with a noble mission of saving and curing the injured and sick wildlife, the Eagle's Nest Sanctuary sprawls over an area of 217 sq km. It also shelters orphaned animals. Harry Kunz is the founder of this Sanctuary


Namdapha National ParkNamdapha National Park
Located on the banks of the Brahmaputra River, the Namdapha National Park is the largest Park in India. The river Noa-Dihing flows through the Park making it picturesque. The Park boasts of the richest diversity of flora


Sessa Orchid SanctuarySessa Orchid Sanctuary
Sprawling over an area of 100 sq km, Sessa Orchid Sanctuary is a protected area of India. The sanctuary as the name suggests is a home to beautiful and colourful orchids which are found in abundance here.


Trogopan BirdingTrogopan Birding
Trogopan bird is a rare and endangered pheasant endemic only to Nagaland. It is believed that this bird has migrated from the Himalayas. It is one of the most beautiful birds in India. There are five species of Trogopan


Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary
Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary in Tripura shelters elephants, sambar, bison, barking deer, sarow and wild goat and many more. Reptiles have also found a home in the sanctuary. The sanctuary covers an area of 389.54 sq km


Rowa Wildlife SanctuaryRowa Wildlife Sanctuary
A home to several wildlife species, Rowa Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the known wildlife sanctuaries of Tripura. It reflects the fabulous natural heritage of North East India as it is one of the few remains of the natural forests left.


North East India Keibul Lamjao National ParkNorth East India Keibul Lamjao National Park
The Keibul Lamjao National Park is the last natural habitat of the Manipur brow antlered deer. This deer is locally known as 'sangai' – the dancing deer of Manipur. The National Park covers an area of 40 sq km and was given the titles


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