Hadgarh Wildlife Sanctuary
Dense Sal forests with patches of vast grasslands in between, Hadahgarh Wildlife Sanctuary offers a picture perfect setting with its breathtaking beauty. It is located barely 20 kilometres from Bhadrak, in the Kendujhar district and is home to several species of avifauna in addition to other animals that include tigers, leopards, pangolin, hyena, wolf, porcupine, fishing cats, jungle cats, and langur.
Founded in 1978, the Hadagarh Wildlife Sanctuary spans across an area of 191.6 square kilometres. The Salandi River, passing through the forest is its lifeline. There is a dam on the river named Salandi Dam. The Salandi River is home to the Muggar Crocodiles. Hadagarh Wildlife Sanctuary is a popular tourist spot attracting substantial number of tourists round the year. While winters are the best time to visit the sanctuary, it is also advisable to avoid the summer months altogether.
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