West Bengal

National Park And Sanctuaries

Protected Areas Of West Bengal Cover 4% Of The State Area. Forests Make Up 14% Of The Geographical Area Of West Bengal. Part Of The World's Largest Mangrove Forest, Sunderbans, Is Located In Southern West Bengal. There Are Six National Parks And 15 Wildlife Sanctuaries In West Bengal.

West Bengal, Home To The Famous Royal Bengal Tiger, To The One-Horned Indian Rhinoceros And The Leopard Lurking In The Foothills Of The Himalayas.

To Preserve Its Rich Biodiversity Opposing To Deforestation And Poaching The Government Has Developed Several National Parks, Wildlife Reserves And Sanctuaries Across The State. Making West Bengal A Safe Haven To Varied Species Of Mammals, Reptiles, Birds, Plants, Vertebrates And Amphibians.

Here Is A Comprehensive List Of Popular National Parks And Wildlife Sanctuaries In West Bengal.

National Park

Singalila National Park
Neora Valley National Park
Gorumara National Park
Buxa National Park
Jaldapara National Park
Sunderbans National Park

Wildlife Sanctuaries

Senchal WLS
Mahananda WLS
Chapramari WLS
Buxa WLS
Sajnekhali WLS
Haliday WLS
Lothian WLS
Raigunj WLS
Chintamoni Kar WLS
Bibhutibhusan WLS
Jorepokhri WLS
Ballavpur WLS
Bethuadahari WLS
Ramnabagan WLS
West Sunderbans WLS

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