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Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary:
Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary This is Goa's bird sanctuary, 1.8 Sq Km in area. A variety of local and migratory birds can be found on this island.From Panaji , one needs to take a bus or a cab to the Ribandar ferry wharf and then take a ferry across the Mandovi river to the island of Chorao. The sanctuary is within walking distance from the ferry wharf at Chorao.
Bhagvan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary:
Bhagvan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary The Bhagwan Mahavir Sanctuary at Mollem covers an area of 240 square kilometers and is the largest wildlife preserve in Goa. This sanctuary lies on the eastern border of the state, close to the village of Mollem at the foot of the Western Ghats. The Bhagvan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary is 53 kilometres away from the state capital, Panaji. The sanctuary primarily consists of evergreen forests and deciduous trees.
Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary:
Its sprawling deer park and the mini zoos are major attractions for the tourists and the locals. Originally established for the stray animals, Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary Goa, is now a breeding colony for large species of deer. Bondla Sanctuary is also a haven for bird watchers. The Rangado river flows on its east while the Madhel river on its north. Bison, wild bear, deer, leopards, serpents and birds are seen in numbers in Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary in Goa. Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary
On your tour to Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary, go for fun filled Elephant rides. The Sanctuary is a breeding colony to a variety of deers. Among the faunal species in the forest you can spot Monkeys, Bison, Wild Boar, Deer, Gaur, Langurs, Jackals, Pythons, and Leopards. Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary is bird-watcher's paradise. Tourists spot a number of local as well as migratory birds nestled on the trees.
Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary:
Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary  The Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary, 10-km southeast of Chaudi, was established in 1969 to protect a remote and vulnerable area of forest lining the Goa- Karnataka border. Encompassing 86-sq-kms of mixed deciduous woodland, the reserve is certain to inspire tree lovers, but less likely to yield many wildlife sightings: its Tigers and Leopards were hunted out long ago, while the Gazelles, Sloth Bears, Porcupines, Panthers and Hyenas that allegedly lurk in the woods rarely appear.
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