Wildlife Sanctuaries in Goa
The Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary, established at the south tip of Goa, is the second biggest wildlife sanctuary of the state; disperse over a locality of about 86 sq km with a wealthy deciduous plantation cover. The Talpona stream flows through the centre of this sanctuary, supplying water to the animals. The reserve has a 25mt watch tower overlooking a waterhole from where the tourists can glimpse the animals that arrive to this waterhole at dawn and at dusk.
Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary has a circumference of only 8kms and is a well liked picnic location amidst localized school kids. The major attraction of this sanctuary is the deer reserve which is dwelling to numerous species of deer; the reserve boasts an exclusive deer safari. The large-scale wildlife sanctuary in Goa is the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary, which has the most rich wildlife community in Goa, which encompasses leopards, untamed cats, Malayan monster squirrels, pythons, dotted deer and cobras. The sanctuary furthermore has the Dudhsagar Waterfalls, where the water falls down from a size of 200mtrs. The Tambadi Surla Temple is about 13 km from this sanctuary, proposing a splendid outlook of the Dudhsagar Waterfalls.
The Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary is established on the Chorao isle beside the Mandovi stream, and dwellings over 400 distinct species of birds, encompassing some migratory birds. The Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary is sustained by wealthy mangrove ecology, therefore appealing numerous species of birds to its verdant environs.
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