Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary
About Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary
Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park (IGWLS&NP) is an ensured region found in the Hills of Anaimalai of Pollachi, Udumalpet taluks, Valparai in the Coimbatore region, Tamilnadu.
The recreation center got its name from Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, who went to this park on seventh October 1961. It is infrequently alluded to as “Top slip”, a town found in the north-eastern piece of the recreation center and is the principal community for guests.
This name was taken from the nearby routine of sliding teak timber logs at the slopes’ base.
The Anamalai untamed life asylum comprises of distinctive sorts of faunal species like elephant, panther, gaur, tiger, sloth bear, deer, porcupine, wild bear, wild dog, jackal, flying squirrel, civet cat, pangolin and winged animals incorporates rocket-tailed drongo, spotted bird, red treepie, pigeon, whiskered bulbul, dark-headed oriole and so forth.
There is a supply called the Amaravati store found in the Anamalai, comprising of a few crocodiles. It is one of three untamed life asylums found in the Western Ghats of the state of Tamil Nadu.
It is a cool-dim mountain stop that fascinates 1000 sq km of teak woods alongside evergreen wilderness.
It is a house for gaurs, elephants, tigers, spotted deer, jaguars, wild pigs, porcupines, bears and civet felines and the Nilgiri tahr called the ibex that may be spotted also.
The recreation center has a surely understood therapeutic plant greenery enclosure alongside interpretive focus. It is likewise housed tribal gatherings of Kada individuals who work here.