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Wildlife Sanctuaries in Arunachal Pradesh

Wildlife Sanctuaries in Arunachal Pradesh are home to some of the most exciting wildlife species. The Arunachal Pradesh Sanctuaries offer thrilling adventurous expeditions to the wildlife enthusiast. The flora and fauna of Arunachal Pradesh Wildlife Sanctuary are truly magnificent, containing numerous species which are facing the jeopardy of getting entirely wiped out from the surface of this planet.

The Arunachal Pradesh Sanctuaries are very well linked with the airheads as well as railway stations and does not pose any sort of inconvenience reaching there. These wildlife sanctuaries are real treat to all the wildlife and nature lovers with many endangered species of wild beasts which are just amazing to watch these in their natural habitat. The most apt time to schedule your trip to the Arunachal Pradesh Wildlife Sanctuaries stretches from the month of October to the month of April.
 
The Daying Ering Sanctuary in Arunachal Pradesh, India is one of the most popular wildlife parks of the state. Spread over an area of 190 sqkm, Alluvial grasslands form the major area and wooded areas constitute about 15% and the rest is water in the Daying Ering Sanctuary. Siang River of Arunachal Pradesh surrounds the park from the northern, eastern and western parts and the southern part of this sanctuary extends into the adjoining state of Assam where it is called Kobo Chapori. The Daying Ering Wildlife Sanctuary is situated 13 kilometers off Pasighat.

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Daying Ering Wildlife Sanctuary, Birds
 
 
Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary is a part of Kamlang Reserved Forests which lies in the Lohit District of Arunachal Pradesh in India. Covering an area of 783 sq km the forest area of Kamlang is rich in greenery and wildlife. Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary gets its name from the Kamlang River, which cuts east-west through the sanctuary before joining the Brahmaputra to the west of the sanctuary.

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Hornbill, Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary