Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Sindh district of Madhya Pradesh. Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary of Madhya Pradesh was established in the year 1978. Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary of Madhya Pradesh is spread over an area of approximately 478 square kilometers.
The Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary has an extremely dense dry deciduous mixed forest and harbors a wide variety of flora and fauna. The Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary is maintained by the government of Madhya Pradesh and considered as one of the unique Protected Area of the state.
In the dry deciduous mixed forest of the Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary in Madhya Pradesh various kind of trees like tall teak trees, orchids, mango groves and gigantic creepers are predominant.
Today, the Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary in Madhya Pradesh is the natural habitat of more than hundred species of plants and wild animals.
Flora: The principal flora that dominates the forest of the Bagdara Sanctuary are as follows: Tendu, Dhawda, Khjair, Lendia and more.
Fauna: The forest of the Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary of Madhya Pradesh is the breeding ground of some of the rare wild animals such as: Tiger, Panther, Sambar, deer, Chinkara, Cheetal, Black buck, Wild boar, Hyenas.
Major Wildlife Attractions: The Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary of Madhya Pradesh is the breeding ground of some of the rare wild animals such as: Tiger, Panther, Sambar, deer, Chinkara, Cheetal, Black buck, Wild boar, Hyenas.
Best Time to Visit: the Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary is from November to June.
How to Get there:
Air: The nearest airport is at Khajuraho.
Rail: The nearest railhead is Rewa.
Road: Nearest bus station is Sidhi Bus Station. Self-petrol vehicles or diesel vehicles, which are not five years old, are the primary mode of transportation within the sanctuary.
General Information/ Tips:
Divisional Forest Officer,
Chalakkudy Division, Chalakkudy. P.O.,
Thrissur District. Pin. 680 307
Madhya Pradesh, India
Sidhi (22 Kms)