Chail wildlife sanctuary

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Chail Wildlife Sanctuary was initially filled in as a hunting reserve ground for the rulers of Patiala, which was later proclaimed as a natural wildlife sanctuary by the administration in 1976. Located on the highest point of a mountain and spread over a region of 110 sq km, this sanctuary has profound timberlands all around secured with pines, bushes, oak trees and grasslands. This sanctuary is home to various wild animal species like goral, rhesus macaque, the Indian muntjac, panther and crested porcupine. Various types of birds including the cheer bird and the kalij fowl can likewise be seen at the Chail Wildlife Sanctuary. There are many viewing posts ordinarily known as machans that offer a birds-eye perspective on the sanctuary.

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Chail wildlife sanctuary  tour
Chail wildlife sanctuary  tour
Chail wildlife sanctuary  tour
Chail wildlife sanctuary  tour
Chail wildlife sanctuary  tour
Chail wildlife sanctuary  tour
Chail wildlife sanctuary  tour
Chail wildlife sanctuary  tour