(Last Updated on : 24/11/2014)
Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary is situated near a village named Avanigadda in the state of Andhra Pradesh, which is at a distance of 80 km from Vijaywada. The sanctuary spreads over an area of 196.81 sq. km into Guntur and Krishna district
in the state of Andhra Pradesh, and because it is located on the estuary of the River Krishna
, hence the name.
Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary in Andhra Pradesh
is one of the rare and unique eco regions of the world that has many emergent species of animals and plants. Green grassland and dense forests of the Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary hold diverse biodiversities, which actually invite nature lovers and animal admirers from all across the country, India, which indeed has a great mix of fauna and flora. There are various groups of wild species that are available in the Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary and that makes it a great place for spending time with friends and families.
Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary is the home for different types of plants like Spinifex squarrosus, Spinifex littoreus, Leptadenia reticulate, Pongamia pinnate, Palmyra, Date-palm, etc.
Flora in Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary
Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary consists of plants like Leptadenia reticulata, Spinifex squarrosus, Leptadenia reticulata, Spinifex littoreus, Pongamia pinnate, Peepul, Margosa, Prosopis juliflora Banyan, Tumma, Mango, Palmyra, Date-palm, to name only a few.
Fauna in Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary
The thick mangrove forest of Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary provides the habitat to Jungle and Fishing Cat, Hyena, Fox, Bear, Spotted Deer, Samber, Cobra, Black Buck, Water Snake, Russel Viper, Garden Lizard, Rat Snake and Golden Tree Snake
and also a good variety of birds including Crested Serpant Eagle, Indian Roller, Wagtails and Pipits. This makes the Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary is a perfect place for bird-watching.
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