Bornadi Wild Life Sanctuary In Darrang, Assam
Spread over an area of 22.6 km2 in Darrang district of Assam, the sanctuary came into existence for the protection of the Hispid Hare and Pygmy Hog. The sanctuary is wedged between the Himalayas and Bhutan and is an ideal bhabar tract.
Elephant, Gaur, Tiger, Leopard, Small Indian Civet, Jungle Cat, Chinese Pangolin, Himalayan Black Bear, Porcupine, Barking Deer and Wild Pig, besides the Hispid Hare and Pygmy Hog, inhabit the park. Avian species like the Peafowl, Hornbill, Swamp Partridge, and Bengal Florican etc. are also seen here.
November to April is the best time to visit this sanctuary.The Sanctuary can be reached from the Airports at Tezpur, (120 kms. away) and the LGBI Airport at Guwahati, (15 kms. away). The nearest convenient Railway Station is at Rangiya.Tourists may stay in Circuit Houses at Mangaldoi and Udalguri.
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