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Wildlife in Karnataka

B R Hills Sanctuaries
A unique blend of hill resort and wildlife sanctuary. The hills take their name from the ancient Ranganatha Swamy Temple that sits at the edge of a granite precipice with a drop of more than 1000 ft. into a dense forest.
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Bandipur National Park
Far from the din of the city, lies a calm, peaceful land all by itself. Nestling some very rare animals and birds. More »
Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary
The river Cauvery forms the boundary of a major part of the sanctuary. The terrain is undulating with a number of low altitude hills, rocky knobs and outcrops along the length of the sanctuary. More »
Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary
Undulating streams, whispering bamboo, diverse wildlife, and innumerable trekking trails make Dandeli a dream destination. River Kali and its tributaries, Kaneri and Nagajhari, meander through the moist deciduous and semi-evergreen forests. More »
Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary
The sanctuary takes its name from the eponymous river, its lifeline. Popularly known as Muthodi Wildlife Sanctuary, after the village on its periphery, it is a great place to sight the ferocious tiger, observe the Indian bison, hear the strange calls of the striped hyena and see the rare flying lizard glide amidst the huge trees. More »
Bhimeshwari Sanctuary

The sparkling blue waters of Cauvery wind through rocks and ravines and fall off the Deccan Plateau to form the twin falls of Barachukki and Gaganachukki. More »

Ranganthittu Bird Sanctuary
When you take a holiday to Ranganthittu, you're treated to some glorious sights. More »
Nagarhole National Park
Located in the Kodagu and Mysore districts is a fresh, green world rich in forests, little streams, undulating valleys and fascinating waterfalls. More »
Kabini Sanctuary
Nestled amidst the Karapur Forest lies a pristine piece of land that abounds with nature. Beckoning you to explore it. More »
Kokkrebellur Pelicanry
Every year, hundreds of winged visitors come together to set up a unique orchestra at Kokkrebellur with their shrill cries and cacophonous calls.
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Kaggaladu Heronry
A nondescript village in Tumkur district wakes up each year to the raucous cries and colourful plumage of painted storks and grey herons as they nest on old tamarind trees amidst the houses. More »
Bannerghatta National Park
For a walk on the wild side, look no further than the southern outskirts of Bangalore city, where you can find everything from avifauna to panthers in the Bannerghatta National Park. More »
Anshi National Park
Located in an eco-sensitive part of the Western Ghats, Anshi is rich in rare species of flora and fauna. About 197 species of birds have been spotted here. More »
Gudavi Bird Sanctuary
An obscure village in Sorab taluk of Shimoga district, comes alive in June as the energetic chirping of birds fills the air. More »
Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary
You can witness the seasonal congregation of birds on a tiny island in the mid-course of the Tunga river at Mandagadde village, 30 km from Shimoga on the Shimoga-Theerthahalli road. More »
Kudremukh National Park
The Kudremukh, or Horse Face Range, gets its name from the unique shape of its peak. The broad hills, 95km south-west of Chikmagalur town. More »
Dubare Elephant Camp
The once training camp of the famous Mysore Dassara elephants, Dubare Elephant Camp beckons wildlife enthusiasts as well as travellers. More »

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