Deepor Beel Bird Sanctuary, Guwahati is a proposed sanctuary in Assam that is supposed to be situated amidst a zone of idyllic bliss with its lush greenery sprinkled with sparkling water bodies. The sanctuary’s premises exude an aura of tranquility and the melodious twitters of birds are a welcome break that occasionally disturbs the quietude.

The site for the Deepor Beel Bird Sanctuary is strategically located at a stone’s throw distance from the bustling Guwahati city. The proximity to a major city makes the bird reserve easily accessible by rail, road and rail and thereby facilitates tourism.

The property of Deepor Beel Bird Sanctuary is a small picturesque and sylvan land that covers an expanse of 4.14 sq. km. The sanctuary’s locale is a photographer’s dream and worth an artist’s pencil with some out-of the-world sceneries. Sparkling lakes and water bodies glittering like a mirage of quicksilver adorn the surroundings of the idyllic green paradise.

Flora and Fauna – As the name signifies Deepor Beel Bird Sanctuary, Guwahati is being constructed to shelter abundant species of birds dappled in vibrant hues. The Department of Forests, Assam has listed over 120 species of birds to be housed in the sanctuary. They include numerous kingfishers, fishing eagles, adjutant storks and a plethora of ducks.

Major Wildlife Attractions – Sanctuary is home to over 120 species of birds. They include numerous kingfishers, fishing eagles, adjutant storks and a plethora of ducks.
Best Time to Visit – The best time to visit the Sanctuary is between the months of December to March.

How to Get there:

Road: Sanctuary is well connected to all Major cities.

Rail: Guwahati is the nearest Train head.

Air: Nearest airport is Guwahati.

Location:
Assam, India

Nearest Access:
Guwahati (18 Kms.)

Wildlife Found:
kingfishers, Eagles

Coverage Area:
40.14-sq-kms