Bibhutibhushan Wildlife Sanctuary
Bibhutibhusan Wildlife Sanctuary (formerly Parmadan Forest) is an animal sanctuary in North 24 Parganas district in Indian state of West Bengal. Situated on the banks of river Ichamati covering an area of 68 km2 it has more than 200 deer, birds, rabbit and a large number of langurs. It also has a children's park, a small zoo and a tourist lodge of the forest department.
[Nearest Bus Stop- Naldugari by BUS-92(Bongaon-Helencha-Duttafulia Route) ] Located about 100 km from Kolkata and 25 km from Bongaon it started its journey in 1964 when 14 chital was released in the forest. In 1980 it was named as "Parmadan" when it was declared as wildlife sanctuary. Latter in 1995 it got its present name after famous Bengali author Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay.
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