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Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary: is situated on the Foothills of Himalayas Bordering Indo-Bhutan in the north and in the Udalguri District and Baksa District of Assam.
The sanctuary is 6 km west to Suklai, U.T Road, Udalguri, Assam and is a 26.22-square-Km (10.12 sq. Mi) wildlife sanctuary. The sanctuary is named after the River Bornadi, which flows on the western border of the sanctuary. It is 6 Km from Suklai, 30 km from Tangla Town, 70 km from Mangaldai, 130 km from Tezpur, 150 km from LGBI Airport, Guwahati.
Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary was affirmed a wildlife sanctuary in 1980 by the government of Assam particularly for the safety of the Hispid Hare and World's rarest smallest wild pig Pigmy Hog. The main attraction of the Sanctuary are Asiatic Elephant, capped Langur, Pigmy Hog, Hispid Hare, Bison, Porcupine, Pangolin. And if u are lucky u may see Tiger, leopard, fox, barking deer etc. If you are a bird watcher and love to watch birds, you will be absolutely delighted to find a wide no. Of two winged inhabitants of this forest including Peafowl, Hornbill, swamp partridge, Bengal florican, kingfisher, woodpecker and so on.
The climatic condition of the area is warm. Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary is one of those National parks and wildlife sanctuaries in Assam for which Assam is so famous and is constitute of the major portion of the Assam tourism. The Sanctuary is considered as one the important protected areas in Asssam for protection of primate diversity.
Best season to Visit:- From November to April
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