Mollem National Park
About Mollem National Park
The Mollem National Park and Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary is spread over a territory of 240 sq kms and is situated in South India in the Western Ghats.
It is a secured territory in the Sanguem Taluk in Goa, only adjoining the state outskirt of Karnataka in the eastern side.
The town closest to the asylum and the national park is Molem which is about 57 km, towards the eastern piece of Panaji, which is the capital city of Goa.
The range is partitioned into two sections by National Highway 4A while the railroad line of Mormugao – Londa goes over this untamed life asylum. The directions in which the national park is found are 74°10″15′ to 74°20″15′ E and 15°15″30′ to 15°29″30′ N.
A lot of sanctuaries are arranged in the national park, which has been constructed amid the Kadamba line and the Dudhsagar falls are situated inside.
There is a group of Dhangar, which is a roaming tribe of wild ox herders, which live inside this parkland.
Feathered creatures – numerous famous winged animals are conceivable to be seen inside Mollem national park which incorporates emerald dove, drongo, brilliant oriole, pixie bluebird, Indian dark woodpecker, Indian hornbill, Malabar pied hornbill, Malabar dim hornbill, grey wilderness fowl, grey-headed myna, racket-tailed drongo, heaven flycatcher, shrikes, ruby-throated yellow bulbul which is the Goa’s state flying creature, Sri Lanka frogmouth, three-toed kingfisher, wagtails, and so forth.
Bengal tiger, yapping deer, hat macaque, panther, civet, normal langur, gaur, flying squirrel, mouse deer, Malabar titan squirrel, porcupine, pangolin, sambar, thin loris, wild pig, spotted deer and wild dog.