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About Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary

Located between Bhandara district and Gondia district of Maharashtra
3 ( km ) from the Raghav Resort

Nagzira wildlife sanctuary is located between Bhandara district and Gondia district of Maharashtra at . Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary is locked in the arms of nature and adorned with a picturesque landscape, luxuriant vegetation and serves as a living outdoor museum to explore and appreciate nature.This sanctuary has a number of fish, 34 species of mammals, 166 species of birds, 36 species of reptiles and four species of amphibians.The invertebrate fauna includes, besides a number of insects and ant species. Wild animals found here are the tiger, Indian gaur, sambar, nilgai, chital, wild boar, sloth bear, Barking Deer, Mouse Deer and wild dog. Nearly 30,000 tourists visits this sanctuary annually. Wild animals to spot are the tiger, panther, bison, sambar, nilgai, chital, wild boar, sloth bear and wild dog. There are also tigers, leapord and one elephant named Rupa.

Place Features

  • The Nagzira wildlife sanctuary is a miraculously preserved "Green Oasis" in the easternmost part of the Maharashtra State and has a great importance from bio-diversity conservation point of view.
  • The Gond kings once ruled these forests in the vicinity of the Bhandara.
  • In 1970, 116.54 km2 (45.00 sq mi) was declared a Wildlife Sanctuary. In 2012, state government announced to merge this sanctuary with another national park to include in Saving tiger project
  • It is an important conservation unit in Central India in general and Vidarbha in particular.

Guideline and Terms

It has got immense potentials from bio-diversity conservation point of view and its values are discussed below.This wildlife sanctuary is indeed nature’s priceless asset and beckons one and all to enjoy its picturesque landscape, its scenic beauty, its pure and fresh air. It is really a boon to us and hence we must realise the real worth of this marvelous treasure house of nature and must protect it as a part of our national heritage.

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