Baisipalli Wildlife Sanctuary
|Baisipalli Wildlife Sanctuary|
IUCN category IV (habitat/species management area)
|Location||Nayagrh, Odisha, India|
|Area||168.35 square kilometres (41,600 acres)|
|Established||6 May 1981|
Baisipalli Wildlife Sanctuary was created on 6 May 1981 and is located in Nayagrh, Odisha, India, adjacent to the Satkosia Gorge Wildlife Sanctuary. It is 168.35 square kilometres (41,600 acres) of sanctuary land, home to bears, elephants, leopards, Sambar Deer, and spotted deer.
In 2007, the Satkosia Tiger Reserve was designated, which comprises Baisipali and the adjacent Satkosia Gorge Wildlife Sanctuary.
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