Bandli Wildlife Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh is home to the rare snow leopard and Chir pheasant. Amidst the thick foliage of the tall tress, these animals can be seen living a life of peace and sere
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Sanctuaries in Mandi District (~3/6 )
With a view to conserve the total range of wildlife available in the state, the Government of Himachal Pradesh has declared 32 areas, covering all the agro-climatic zones in the state and having significant ecological, geomorphological and biodiversity value, as Wildlife Sanctuaries. A Wildlife Sanctuary is established under sections 18-26 of the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972 and admits rights to the extent as allowed by the Collector at the time of settlement in concurrence with Chief Wildlife Warden of the State. Finally notified boundaries of the Wildlife Sanctuaries, like National Parks, can not be altered without resolution of the State Legislature. General public is legally restrained from destroying, exploiting, or removing any wildlife from the sanctuary, or destroying or damaging the habitat of any wild animal, or depriving any wild animal of its habitat in the sanctuary.
Nargu Wildlife Sanctuary is a popular tourist destination, situated on the banks of the River Uhl in Mandi. The village of Barog, connected to Kullu via Trekking trail, serves as a major gateway to