Flora of Biligiri Rangaswamy Wildlife Sanctuary
Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple Sanctuary possesses five main types of vegetation comprising 6.5 percent of Evergreen Forests, 61.1 percent Dry Deciduous Forests, 28.2 percent Scrub, 3.8 percent Savanna grasslands and 0.8 percent Shola Forests. Visitors will take note of the unique nature of this sanctuary as it is home to so many varieties of forests apart from Semi-Evergreen Forests. Several types of plants with medicinal properties are also found here.
Fauna of Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple Sanctuary
The regional fauna of this Indian sanctuary includes about 245 species of birds, 22 species of reptiles , 36 mammals, 145 butterflies and 776 species of higher plants. Tigers, Sambhar, Chital, Panther, Gaur, Elephant, Bear and other animals are all existent in the sanctuary.
Tourists visiting this sanctuary can enjoy recreational activities like amateur fishing, coracle boat rides, outdoor camping, river rafting, trekking, bird watching and professional angling. The perfect time to visit this sanctuary is between the months of October and May.
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