Best Nagaland Wildlife Sanctuaries & National Parks

Discover best wildlife sanctuaries & national parks by categories in Nagaland
The total forest cover in the state of Nagaland as of 2015 is around 12, 966 sq Km, accounting for 78.20 per cent of the total geographical area of the state. As per the Indian State of Forest Report 2015, this constitutes 52 per cent of the total area reported for different land utilization in the state. Nagaland is host to numerous species of birds, wildlife and flora.

Bird Sanctuaries in Nagaland

Pulie Badze Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Location: Kohima Town
  • Famous for: Blyth’s Tragopan a globally threatened bird and Dark Rumped Swift.
Ghosu Bird Sanctuary
  • Location: Zunheboto
  • Famous for: Bunting, Cuckoo, Himalayan Black Bulbul, Grey-Hooded Warbler, Oriental Magpie Robin, Great-Eared Nightjar and much more.

National Parks in Nagaland

Ntangki National Park
  • Location: Peren district
  • Famous for: Hoolock gibbon, Golden langur, Hornbill, Palm civets, Black stork, Tiger, White-breasted kingfisher, Monitor lizard, Python, Sloth bear, etc.
Fakim Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Location: Kiphire district
  • Famous for: Slender Loris, Wild Boar, Barking Deer, Sambar, Bison, Himalayan Bear, Jungle Cat, Panther, etc.
Rangapahar Reserve Forest
  • Location: Dimapur
  • Famous for: Deer, Bear, Chitals, Wild Goat, Binturong, etc.

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