Flora of Tundah Wildlife Sanctuary
The flora of Tundah Wildlife Sanctuary consists of Western Mixed Coniferous Forests, Alpine Forests, Moist Deodar Forests and Moist Temperate Deciduous Forests. The trees which thrive in this environment are Walnut, Poplar, Fir, Deodar, Sprucem, Robinia and much more.
Fauna of Tundah Wildlife Sanctuary
The different wild animals dwelling within the grounds of Tundah Sanctuary comprise Himalayan Tahr, Common Langur, Ibex, Common Giant Flying Squirrel, Leopard, Himalayan Shrew, Rhesus Macaque, Barking Deer, Himalayan Fox, Musk Deer, Jackal, Indian Bush Rate and many others. The sanctuary is also filled with the chirping of a large quantity of beautiful birds which are inclusive of Black-Chinned Babbler, Pheasant, Red-Vented Bulbul, Himalayan Bulbul, Green Bee Eater, Ceylon Small Barbet, Crested Bunting, Indian Blue Robin, Malagasy Bulbul, White-Eyed Buzzard and several other attractive species of birds.
It is said that one must visit Tundah Wildlife Sanctuary between the time from the months of May and June, and again from September and October. However, winter months which commence from December and continue till March are very cold, when the temperature drops to -10 degree Celsius. The climatic conditions during March and April are quite pleasant, though soon after the conclusion of April temperature starts soaring and keep on increasing till the end of the month of July. Visitors will find that the months of October and November are generally dry.
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