Painganga Wildlife Sanctuary
Painganga Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Umarkhed Tehsil of Yavatmal district of the Indian state Maharashtra. It derives its name from the river Painganga or Penganaga River which borders the sanctuary on its three sides. It encompasses a sprawling area of about 325 square kilometres and hosts a vast variety of flora and fauna. The sanctuary has been divided in the central region by a wide valley which forms the border of Nanded and Yavatmal districts. \n\nBird lovers would love the different types of birds found here like the Kite, the Cuckoo, the Kingfisher, the Dove, the Bulbul, the Vulture, etc. The duration from the month of January to the month of June is the best period to enjoy this sanctuary.
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