Wildlife Sanctuary in Odisha, Popular Wildlife Sanctuary of Odisha, National Parks in Odisha, Bird Sanctuary in Odisha

Satkosia Wildlife Sanctuary, Tiger Reserve, Angul

Satkosia is a tiger reserve located in the Angul district of Odisha. Satkosia wildlife sanctuary covering an area of 988.30 km². Satkosia Gorge was created in 1976 with an area of 796 km². The Reserve was designated in 2007 and the Satkosia Gorge Wildlife Sanctuary and the adjacent Baisipalli Wildlife Sanctuary. It has located where the Mahanadi River passes through a 22 km long gorge in the Eastern Ghats mountains. The major plant communities are mixed deciduous forests include Sal…

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Deer Park, Zoological Park, Sakhipara, Sambalpur

The deer park is located inside the Sambalpur town. This place is also a zoological park in a sprawling area of 35 acres. There is a small park for children's to play around in the park. There are several species of Deer, Spotted Deer, Barking Deer to see in the park. It has been recognized as a mini zoo in the city of Sambalpur as it has 288 animals and 20 species of birds. Along with Deer, Birds, Peacocks, parrots, Leopard, Bears are other…

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Ambapani Wildlife Sanctuary, Nabarangpur

The Ambapani wildlife sanctuary is located near Nabarangapur and Kalahandi border. Ambapani sanctuary is surrounding by green forests and beautiful waterfalls. The sanctuary shelter of many animals like Tiger deer, Sambar, elephants and many more. The environment of the place is pleasant and also the most attraction for touristy. It is a wonderful place to do trekking and mountain climbing. There is a Ghumareswar temple has located beneath the Ambapani mountain. The beautiful natural environment and the wondrous sound of…

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Ramatirtha Temple & Crocodile Project, Mayurbhanj

Ramatirtha Crocodile Project has located nearby Jashipur town and about 98 km from Baripada Town, Mayurbhanj. Ramatirtha has located beneath the feet of Similipal National Park. It is the only Crocodile Rearing Center of Mayurbhanj district which attracts lots of tourists to visit. Ramatirtha of Mayurbhanj is very famous in Odisha due to its natural beauties and temple of Sri Rama. As per the Indian mythological history, during the days of Tretaya Yuga, Lord Sri Rama along with Devi Sita…

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