Haryana is gifted with a natural wildlife heritage that is famous for its variety and vividness. There are a number of wild life sanctuaries as well as national parks that are present here and attract a number of tourists every year. So be ready to have the glimpse into the adventurous city that welcomes you by its plethora of flora as well as fauna.
Talking about Haryana's WildLife, the name that tops the lists is Sultanpur National Park. Located at a distance of about 50 kilometers from Delhi, this park is spread over a large area. It is home to a wide variety of both resident and migratory birds. The park receives water from Yamuna River that feeds its wild life. Among the resident birds that are known to exist here include hoope, cormorant, spoonbill, francolin, painted stork, egret, bulbul, dove, robin, mynah, and bee eater to name a few. Among the migratory birds, bee eater, pelican, sandpiper, white wagtail, greater flamingo, common teal, and comb duck are found in abundance.
Another Haryana's WildLife attraction is Bhindawas Bird Sanctuary that is located at about 15 kilometers from Jhajjar. The lovely lake and the birds that abound in the nearby area are a major attraction of this place. There are about 250 species of birds that are known to exist here. The place is excellent for bird watchers and ornithologists. It is good to visit the place in the months of December and January when you will be able to have a view of a wide variety of bird life. Apart from being the inhabitable place for birds, the sanctuary is also a storehouse of the water derived from Jawaharlal Canal.
Other places that attract the tourists by their wilderness are Seonsar Forest, Kaleswar Forest. Covered with dense jungles and other natural resources, these forests are inhabited by several birds as well as animals.
There is much more to Haryana's WildLife and a mere description of it will not suffice. You will have to go there to see it by yourself.