Eturunagaram Wildlife Sanctuary
Andhra Pradesh occupies a strategic position in the Indian subcontinent. It’s
varied to pography from high ranges of the Eastern Ghats and the Nallamalais to
the shores of Bay of Bengal, has given rise to a variety of flora and fauna. In
the Eastern Ghat ranges are found moist to semi evergreen forests, which give
way to the dry thorn scrubs of the Ananthapur plateau. This variation in turn
has given rise to a varied fauna including tigers, panthers, wolves etc.,
- District: Warangal.
- Mulug-Warangal North Forest Division
- 80 km’s from Kazipet junction (S.C.Rly) and Warangal Town.
803 Sq. Kms.
Dry deciduous mixed teak forest with Bamboo and other species on rolling
country with low hills.
Spotted Deer, Black Buck Sambar, Nilgai, Chowsingha, Muntjac, Wild Boar,
Gaur, Jungle Cat, Jackals, Foxes, Wolves, Sloth Bear, Panther, Tiger ;and
variety of other birds.
Nearest railhead at Warangal by road from Hyderabad.
Forest cottages at Tadvai and Eturunagaram.
Divisional Forest Officer, Wildlife management Warangal.
October to May.