Forest in Gujarat


Forest Map of Gujarat

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NameLocation
Gir National Park & Wildlife Sanctuary Sasan Gir District Junagadh
Blackbuck National Park & Wildlife Sanctuary Velavader , District Bhavnagar
Vansda National Park & Wildlife Sanctuary Vansda, District Navasari
Marine National Park & Wildlife Sanctuary Gulf of Kachchh, District Jamnagar
Wild Ass Sanctuary Little Rann of Kachchh
Jessore Sloth Bear SanctuaryJessore hill District Banaskantha
Barda Wild Life Sanctuary Hingolgadh District Rajkot
Hingolgadh Sanctuary Hingolgadh District Rajkot
Narayan Sarovar Sancuary Narayan Sarovar, District Kachchh
Ratanmahal Sanctuary Ratanmahal District Dahod
Kutch Desert Sanctuary Great Rann of Kachchh
Gaga Wild Life Sanctuary Gaga District Jamnagar
Rampara Sanctuary Rampara District Rajkot
Shoolpaneshwar Sanctuary District Narmada
Pania Wild Life Sanctuary District Amreli
Balaram Ambaji Sanctuary District Banaskantha
Jambuhoda Sanctuary Jambughoda District Panchmahal
Purna Wild Life Sanctuary District Dangs
Mitiyala Wildlife Sanctuary Mitiyala District Amerli



Last Updated on : 10/06/2013











     


     

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