Nambor Wildlife Sanctuary
|Nambor Wildlife Sanctuary|
IUCN category IV (habitat/species management area)
|Area||37 km2 (14 sq mi)|
|Established||27 July 2000|
|Governing body||Department of Environment & Forests, Assam|
Nambor Wildlife Sanctuary (Assamese: নামবৰ অভয়াৰণ্য) is a protected area located in Karbi Anglong district of Assam in India. This wildlife sanctuary covers an area of 37 km2. The area was declared as a sanctuary on 27 July 2000. It is located 25 km from Golaghat district and 65 km from the Kaziranga National Park.
- Bhelu, Gomari, Ajar, Nahor, Udiyam, Poma, Bon Som etc. It harbors 51 rare species of orchid.
- elephant, hoolock gibbon, stumped tailed macaque, pigtailed macaque, slow loris, Assamese macaque, rhesus macaque, tiger, leopard, fishing cat, barking deer, sambar, wild pigs, gaur, etc.
- great pied hornbill, hill myna, imperial pigeon, green pigeon, jungle fowl, pheasant, quail, whistling teal, cotton teal, plover, hawk, magpies, parrot, hornbill, racket tailed drone, rock dove, king crow, etc.
- python, cobra and monitor lizards.
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