Flora of Majathal Sanctuary
Visitors will be greeted with lush greenery exhibited by dense forests and various species of flora which is present inside Majathal Sanctuary. Moru, Kharsu, Ban and Oak trees can be noticed here, besides grasses. The only conifer which grows in this sanctuary is the Chir Pine and this forest bears a sharp resemblance to those growing in the temperate zone of Himalayan Mountain Ranges.
Fauna of Majathal Sanctuary
A large variety of wild creatures dwell inside the depths of Majathal Wildlife Sanctuary including Goral, Leopard, Himalayan Palm Civet, Rhesus Macaque, Himalayan Black Bear, Common Langur, Barking Deer, Yellow-Throated Marten, Indian Wild Bear, Sambar, Jungle Cat and many others. Tourists who arrive in this beautiful sanctuary would also come across birds like Cheer Pheasant, Kaleej Pheasant, White-Backed Vulture, Kokla, Black Francolin and a few more.
The period between the months of July to September receive maximum rainfall as it is the season of monsoons so visitors must avoid visiting Majathal Sanctuary during this point of time. The perfect time to pay visit to the sanctuary is during the winter season. The closest railway station to this sanctuary is located at Kalka and the nearest airport is present at Jubbarhatti.
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