Ramnagar Rakh Wildlife Sanctuary
Ramnagar National Park is at a distance of 6 km from Jammu in India and is spread over a distance of 31 km rick conifer Himalayan terrain. One can spot uncommon animals at this national park which becomes its uniqueness. Many mammals and bird species can be seen while you set out for a safari at the exterior of this beautiful wildlife sanctuary. Musk deer, brown bears, leopards can be seen roaming at this sanctuary.
The white checked Indian Mynah, bulbul, Black rock pigeon, Red Jungle fowl, Golden Orioles and the colored multi-hued shaded birds are also a treat for the eyes. A secure pass is needed to go out for wildlife sanctuaries and are issued at the regional wildlife warden in Jammu and Kashmir in India. This wildlife sanctuary is situated at an easy to reach distance of 8 km from the Jammu Railway station is very conveniently connected to the civilization. Also, a regular bus facility connecting with Ramnagar wildlife sanctuary and Jammu makes it even easier to visit this paradise. While preparing your rucksack, you should take care of some basics to trek through the nature in the Ramnagar forests like light clothing, trekking shoes, raincoats and if planning to go in winters, carry light sweaters and windcheaters to protect yourself from the chill.
This wildlife sanctuary is placed at a trek distance of 6 km from the main hustle bustle of the Jammu city and is spread over an area of 31 sq km at an altitude, 430 and 611 meters above the seal level. This sanctuary is home to at least 8 mammals and 15 bird species enriching the fauna and flora of the region.
This wildlife sanctuary is at an altitude of 430 to 611 meters above the sea level.
Flora in Ramnagar Wildlife Sanctuary. One can see rare plants, herbs and shrubs at the Ramnagar wildlife sanctuary in the Himalayan region.
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