(Last Updated on : 22/05/2014)
Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the Sidhi district
of the central Indian state Madhya Pradesh
. Encompassing an area of approximately 478 square kilometres, it was established in the year 1978. The sanctuary hosts a very dense cover of dry deciduous mixed forest which is the abode of a number of faunal species. It is regarded as one of the most unique protected areas of Madhya Pradesh which is maintained by the state government.
Flora and Fauna of Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary
Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary is known to host over hundred species of plants and wild animals. The dominant trees of the dry deciduous mixed forest of the sanctuary include Gigantic Creepers, Mango
, Teak Trees
and many more. Lendia, Khair, Dhawda and Tendu are also common. Main wildlife of the sanctuary enlists animals like Hyenas, Wild Boar
, Black Buck
, Cheetal, Chinkara
, Sambar, Panther, Tiger and others. Several rare faunal species are also found here.
The ideal time to visit Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary is between the period of November and June. The nearest airport is at Khajuraho while Rewa
serves as the nearest railway station. Sidhi Bus Station is the nearest bus stand. Roadways can also be availed to reach the place through road transport.
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