Mahad Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1980 in the Mishimi Hills tract of Arunanchal Pradesh. It extends from the lower hills at an elevation of about 400 mts. to 3500 mts.

Mahad Wildlife Sanctuary is rich in vegitation as Sub-montane semi-evergreen forest; Secondary wet mixed forest; Eastern Hollock forest; Subtropical wet hill forest; Wet temperate forest; Sub-alpine forest.. The Sanctuary is rich in the population of Wildlife like Clouded leopard, Leopard Cat, Jungle Cat, Hollock Gibbon, Musk Dear, Spotted Linsang and Swamp Deer.

Flora:
Sub-montane semi-evergreen forest; Secondary wet mixed forest; Eastern Hollock forest; Subtropical wet hill forest; Wet temperate forest; Sub-alpine forest.

Fauna:
Clouded Leopard, Leopard Cat, Jungle Cat, Hollock Gibbon, Musk Dear, Spotted Linsang and Swamp Deer.

Major Wildlife Attractions:
Mahad Wildlife Sanctuary is home to animals like Clouded leopard, Leopard Cat, Jungle Cat, Hollock Gibbon, Musk Dear, Spotted Linsang and Swamp Deer.

Best Time to Visit:
The best time to visit the wildlife is between the months of November to March.

How to Get there:
Road: Nearst town is Roing which is 10 kms.

Rail: The nearest railway station is Tinsukia.

Air: The neares Airport is Tezpur.

General Info / Tips:
Subtropical very heavy rainfall occurs in this area. The total annual precipitation is over 420 cm bulk of it is received from the southwest monsoon.

Location:
Arunanchal Pradesh, India

Nearest Access:
Roing (10 kms.)

Wildlife Found:
Clouded Leopard, Leopard Cat, Jungle Cat, Hollock Gibbon

Coverage Area:
140-sq-kms