Bori Wildlife Sanctuary

Bori Wildlife Sanctuary

Bori wildlife sanctuary in Satpura tiger reserve is counted among oldest protected areas of India. It is existing since British India period and has a great history of animals in which some are extinct like Indian Cheetah. It covers an approx. area of 646 sq.km. area in Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh. The wildlife sanctuary area lies on the foothills of Satpura range. This sanctuary area is bounded by Satpura hills in north and Tawa river in east which is also the life line of this widlife sanctuary. This overall landscape have good density of wild animals. Here herbivores animal density is high with many meadows and swampy areas thus selected for famous project of Barasingha relocation in which Madhya Pradesh forest department is trying to make new homes for hard-ground Barasingha, apart from Kanha national park. For jungle safari purpose, as if now it is closed for visitors. It is easily accessible from Bheemkund (Churna) gate of Satpura national park.

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