Wildlife Sanctuaries Under Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve 1. Madumalai National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary2. Sathyamangalam Wildlife Sanctuary3. Mukurthi National Park4. Nagarhole National Park5. Bandipur National Park6. BRT Wildlife Sanctuary (Biligiri Ranganatha Temple)7. Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary8. Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary
Flora and Fauna
The vegetation in Bandipur National Park is mainly dry deciduous forest, with a few moist deciduous and evergreen patches. The dominant tree species are teak, rosewood, sandalwood, mahogany, and silver oak. Other common trees include Indian laburnum, Indian fig, golden shower, and clumping bamboo. The fauna in Bandipur National Park is quite diverse. Some of the common animals include Indian elephants, spotted deer, sambar deer, chital, gaur, Nilgiri langur, and bonnet macaque. The park is also home to a wide variety of birds, including the Malabar pied hornbill, the great hornbill, the Indian pied hornbill, and the kingfisher.
Tips For Visiting Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve
Some tips for visiting Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve would include wearing comfortable clothes and shoes, bringing sunscreen and insect repellent, and being aware of the wildlife in the area.
How To Reach Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve
The Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve is located in Tamil Nadu and can be accessed from the city of Ooty. Ooty is well connected to all major cities in India by road and rail.