5 Best Wildlife Sanctuaries National Parks Near Delhi to never missed

1. Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary


Revel the goodness of nature and giving a loving environment to many birds, amphibians, mammals and more such species is the Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary. Tucked to the Southern Ridge and the northern terminal of the revered Aravalli Hill Range, Asola is one of the best natural retreats that Delhi often boasts about. The wildlife sanctuary is the love of wildlife photographer as it is home to over 80 species of butterflies, 193 types of birds, insects crossing the bar of 100, reptiles, and mammals like jungle cats, leopards, blackbucks, covers, jackals, civets and blue bull and more.

2. National Chambal Sanctuary


There is a huge variety of wildlife and some of them are exclusive to the Chambal Sanctuary.  The river is abode to smooth-coated otters, eight types of tortoises, over 30 kinds of fishes, marsh crocodiles and critically endangered Gangetic dolphin which also happens to be the National Aquatic Animal. During winter, it turns into a birding paradise with over 300 species of resident and migratory birds to sight. Other birds such as common teal, northern pintail, sarus crane, and black-bellied tern and red-crested pochard can also be seen here. Therefore, this wetland makes the best place to do bird-watching. Besides the rich avian contingent, there is rich wildlife to spot such as golden jackal, chinkara, wild boar, Indian wolf etc. 
A boat ride in itself is a worthy experience that gives you a great opportunity to do wildlife tour and photography differently.

3.  Benog Wildlife Sanctuary


Benog Wildlife Sanctuary is part of the much popular Rajaji National Park. The park is home to a couple of rare and common fauna such as the Himalayan goat, panther, leopard, deer and bear. This is today the most visited tourist destinations in the hill station of Mussoorie. You can spot several exotic and indigenous birds here including the red-billed blue magpie, mountain quails and White Capped Water Redstart that make this place a paradise for bird watchers.

4.  Hastinapur Wildlife Sanctuary


The muddy land on the bank of River Ganga makes this sanctuary a paradise for migratory birds. Over 350 varieties of birds are seen here such as crane, painted stork, black & white-necked stork, sarus as well as night birds of prey, series of the immense Indian horned owl to the jungle owlet, colourful woodpecker, barbet, kingfisher, minivet, bee-eater and bulbul.
Hastinapur National Park is rich in flora and fauna as of the different kinds of environmental places placed in the reserve. The main things you will find here are mammals, amphibian butterflies, Scorpions, reptiles, Centipedes, Odonata, Hymenoptera, birds, and others. The national bird Peacock is in plenty.

5. Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary


A hidden gem in the Almora district of Uttarakhand offering the best of nature, wildlife, and adventure, Binsar Sanctuary is the best place in Uttarakhand for birdwatching and photography. Other than that, this lush paradise also offers thrill-seekers the chance to go for forest trekking and jeep safaris to unveil the mysteries of its thick jungles and be one with nature.
Bestowing travellers with unparalleled views of the entire Kumaon region bordered by white peaks, the Binsar national park ought to be on your bucket list if your soul craves pure adventure!

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