Nandini Wildlife Sanctuary The Nandini Wildlife Sanctuary in Kashmir India gets its name from the Nandini Village located close by. Primarily a bird sanctuary known for its thick pheasant population, the Nandini Wildlife Sanctuary is located at a distance of 28 kilometers from the Jammu city India and the perfect way to set out on bird watching tours deep into Nandini Wildlife Sanctuary greens would be to secure wildlife tour permits that are issued at the Regional Wildlife Warden, Jammu and Kashmir in Ramnagar. Spot birds like the Blue rock pigeon, Red jungle fowl, peafowl, Chir pheasants, Indian mynahs and others while on a wildlife tour of Nandini Wildlife Sanctuary in Kashmir India. Eight recorded varieties of mammals are found at the Nandini Wildlife Sanctuary Kashmir India. Garal, langur, wild boars and leopards are a common sight at the Nandini Wildlife Sanctuary in Kashmir India. Nandini Wildlife Sanctuary is well connected to different parts of Kashmir India and the nearest railhead is situated at a distance of 28 kilometers at Jammu India. The nearest airport is also located at Jammu at a distance of 26 kilometers from the wildlife sanctuary. Apart from the aforementioned, there is a regular bus service that connects Nandini Wildlife Sanctuary with Srinagar in Kashmir India. Those interested in bird watching tours may set out on adventure bird tours to Nandini Wildlife Sanctuary in the months of March to May and those interested in wild animal gazing may set out on Nandini Wildlife Sanctuary tours during the months of September to March.
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