DIBRU SAIKHOWA NATIONAL PARK PDF

Geography of Dibru-Saikhowa National Park. Total area of the park is about Km2. The sparkling sylvan wetlands paint a picture of rare beauty as the gleam like a mirage of quicksilver under the playful saffron sunbeams……………. Their boundaries are well marked and circumscribed.

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Geography of Dibru-Saikhowa National Park. Total area of the park is about Km2. The sparkling sylvan wetlands paint a picture of rare beauty as the gleam like a mirage of quicksilver under the playful saffron sunbeams……………. Their boundaries are well marked and circumscribed. This was declared a wildlife Sanctuary in by the government of Assam by uniting two Reserve forest, viz.

Dibru-Saikhowa wildlife Sanctuary was declared as a National park in Dibru-Saikhowa National Park is one of the 19 biodiversity hotspots in the world. It is also a biosphere reserve. The park is bounded by the Brahmaputra River and Arunachal hills in the north and Dibru and Patkai hills on the south.

It mainly consists of semi wet evergreen forests, tropical moist deciduous forest, bamboo, cane brakes and grasslands. Situated in the flood plains of Brahmaputra, at an altitude of about m above sea level. Click here to view state wise list of Indian national parks — updated The vegetation consists of various species of herbs, medicinal plants and shrubs. The forest consists of beautiful pine vegetation and other tropical trees.

Dibru-Saikhowa is a safe haven for many extremely rare and endangered species of wild life including over avifauna both endangered and migratory, as well as various species of shrubs, herbs and rare medicinal plants. The rugged landscape of the forest is ideal for trekking and mountain hiking trips. Though the park was primarily meant for the conservation of White winged wood duck in its natural habitat, it is also the famous for its bright colored wild horses known as Feral Horses.

A total of about 36 species of mammals have so far been recorded in the park, of which 12 are listed in the Scheduled 1 of the Wildlife Protection Act, Some rare and endangered animals of this park are Hoolock gibbon, capped langur, slow loris, water buffalo, tiger, elephant, gangetic river dolphin etc.

It is popular among bird watchers as it is an abode to and welcomes several extremely rare and endangered endemic and migratory birds. History The area was declared as Dibru Reserve Forest in The additional area was added to the Dibru Reserve Forest in and In , Saikhowa Reserve Forest was declared. This was declared a wildlife Sanctuary Km2 in by the government of Assam by uniting two Reserve forest, viz. The park is mainly consists of semi wet evergreen forests, tropical moist deciduous forest, bamboo, cane brakes and grasslands.

Dibru-Saikhowa is an area of grassland and swamp forest sandwiched between the Brahmaputra and Dibru rivers in the east of Assam. Contained between these rivers, the park is a sq km reserve, which was set up with a view to protecting the grassland and swamp habitat on the flood plains of the Brahmaputra River.

Dibru Saikhowa has tropical monsoon climate with a hot and wet summer and cool and usually dry winter. Dibru-Saikhowa National Park is divided into nine distinct zones one of which is a wetland while dense forests occupy the remaining portions.

The sparkling sylvan wetlands paint a picture of rare beauty as the gleam like a mirage of quicksilver under the playful saffron sunbeams. The climate is tropical. Summers are hot and wet whereas winters are cold and dry. Dibrugarh railway station is well connected by road to Dibru-Saikhowa National Park. Buses can be taken to the town of Tinsukia which is well connected with Dibrugarh town by NH. There are a number of government and privately operated vehicles that go to Dibru-Saikhowa National Park at frequent intervals.

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Dibru-Saikhowa, which having an area of sq km, is among the most vibrant wildness on earth and is also distinct for her pristine scenic beauty. Situated in the flood plain of Brahmaputra, Dibru-saikhowa is a safe haven for many extremely rare and endangered species of Wildlife. The forest type of Dibru-Saikhowa comprises of semievergreen forests, deciduous forests, littoral and swamp forests and patches of wet evergreen forests. Famed for Feral horses, a total 36 species of mammals and above species of birds have so far been recorded from the Dibru-Saikhowa National Park. The park can be visited from October to April. Distance from Tinsukia town Railway station is 10 km and from nearest Dibrugarh airport is 54 km. From Guwahati the distance is kms, 12 hours by road.

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More on Dibru Saikhowa National Park Kekjori Trees Kekjori Trees are known for there vast branches, one single tree covers an area of several bighas with branches spreading low and wide. With its majestic appearance as well as folk beliefs surrounding its existence, the kekjori tree has emerged as an important tourist attracting spot. A visit to look at these trees requires a 15 minutes boat ride to an island in middle of Bhramaputra and and half hour walk. The path to these trees is also a cow trail.

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