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Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary

Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary is situated at Eturnagaram village in the district of Mulugu, Telangana, India.


About: It is known to be one of the oldest sanctuaries in Telangana. In the year of 1952, on 30th January, the erstwhile Hyderabad Government declared it as sanctuary for its rich bio-diversity. Most of the statuary place is plain and one fourth is hilly. Godavari River passes through the sanctuary.

Distance: The distance of this Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary from Hyderabad is about 200 km and from Warangal about 55 km.

Park specifications : It is coverage areas about 812 km,Here Tigers, Panthers, Gaur, Sambar,Cheetal, Nilgiri and Blackbuck are the main attraction of the park.

Flora and Fauna 
Flora: The Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary has teak and other related plants such as thiruman, maddi, bamboo, mdhuca, terminlia and pterocarpus.


Fauna: A perennial water source is known as ‘DayyamVagu’ which separates into two halves. It is a place of Tigers, Leopards, Wolf, Dholes, Golden jackals, Sloth bear, Chousignha, Blackbuck, Nilgai, Sambar, Spotted deer, Chinkara, Indian giant squirrels and plenty of birds. Of course, there are many Reptiles can be seen here such as crocodile, Pythod, Cobra, Kraite and Star.
Best time to visit : October to April
Accommodation : Forest Cottages and Rest House Tadvai, ITDA Guest House at Eturnagaram
Arrival info for Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary: 
By Rail : Warangal railway station is the nearest one which is about 90 km

By Road : It is 55km from Warangal and 200 km from Hyderabad.

By Air : (Hyderabad) Shamshabad airport is nearest to Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary.







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