Flora and Fauna in Fambong Lho Wildlife Sanctuary
The Fambong Lho Wildlife Sanctuary houses a variety of flora and fauna. The sanctuary is very rich in natural vegetation and comprises of various dense forests of katus, oak, champ, kimbu, ferns and bamboo. One can also find here various numbers of rhododendrons, mosses, orchids and lycopodium. The sanctuary provides shelter to various species of animals like Himalayan Black Bear, Civet cat, Red Panda, Binturong or Bear-Cat etc.
Due to the difference in altitudes, various types of birds are found here. Some of the common birds seen here include Satyr Tragopan, Hill Partridges, Kalij Pheasant, Collared Scops Owl, Collared Broadbill, Black Eagle, Maroon Oriole, Bulbus, Titmice, Green Pigeon, Brown Wood Owl, Nepal Tree Creeper, Orangebellied Chloropsis, Yellow billed Blue Magpie and many more. The best time to visit the sanctuary is from April to July, when the rhododendrons are in full bloom and the sanctuary turns into a riot of colours.
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(Last Updated on : 01-11-2014)
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