Tappaka must visit parks and sanctuaries in Mizoram

Tappaka must visit parks and sanctuaries in Mizoram

Mizoram is rich in biodiversity and beautiful places. The state of Mizoram is the most important of the North Eastern states. It has more international borders than any other Indian state. Let's explore these parks of spiritual natural beauty.

Pictures of famous parks in Mizoram

Phangpui (Blue Mountain) National Park:

Blue Mountain National Park can be found in South East Mizoram. It also forms an international border with Myanmar. The park is home to Phangpui Peak (2157 m), the highest peak. The park is covered with tropical vegetation and has over 125 species of diverse avifauna. There are some special species:
  Blythes tragopan
  A swift with a dark-rumped rump
  Gray Sibia
Striped Laughing Thrush
  Brown-capped Laughing Thrush.

Mullen National Park:

Located in the Champai district of Mizoram, this area is located on the Indo-Myanmar border. It is home to tropical, semi-evergreen and sub-tropical forests. On a sunny day, only 1% of sunlight penetrates the dense undergrowth of the forest. The park is small but has high biodiversity. It has a great list of:
  15 mammal species
150 bird species
35 types of medicinal plants
There are two types of bamboo available.
Four types of orchids

Dampa Tiger Reserve:

Dampa Tiger Reserve is the largest protected area in Mizoram, located on the Indo-Bangladesh border. The sanctuary has a wide variety of flora and includes:
  Moist deciduous forests
Evergreen forests
Semi-evergreen forests
  Natural grasslands
Bamboo brakes

The tigers of biome-9 enjoy the company of a wide range of avifauna, including some endangered and rare species. Besides:

  The Great Hornbill
  Wreathed Hornbill
  Pied Hornbill
  The red-headed trogon
  Mountain Imperial Pigeon
Green Magpie
Rocket-tailed Drongo
Long-tailed broadbill
Dampa is an Important Bird Area (IBA) with the largest number of primates in India. It also has 20 species of amphibians and 43 species of reptiles

Ngengpui Wildlife Sanctuary:

The sanctuary is home to some of the most beautiful patches of tropical rainforest in Mizoram. The sanctuary also has mature dipterocarpus plants. It is characterized by its alluvial-rich soil and undulating terrain. This peaceful setting is nothing short of God's great blessings. The most prominent bird species identified in the region are:
White-cheeked quail
Great Hornbill
Oriental Pied Hornbill
  Great Slaty Woodpecker
It also houses regular crops of mammals and reptiles that are natural inhabitants of the area.

Langtang Wildlife Sanctuary:

Spread over 60 km in eastern Mizoram, Langtang Sanctuary is home to the second highest mountain in Mizoram. Forest vegetation consists of broad-leaved and tropical evergreen species. The avifauna of the sanctuary is dominated by several important species, including:
Hume's Bar-tailed Peacock
Kalij is a peacock
Peacock Peacock
  Red Jungle Fowl
Great Hornbill
  Wreathed Hornbill

They also house mammals such as:
the tiger
Asiatic Black Bear
Hoolock Gibbon
  Capped Langur
Assamese macaque
  Stump-tailed macaque

Pualreng Wildlife Sanctuary:

The sanctuary in North Mizoram has many mammals found in the North Eastern hills. Besides:
Hoolock Gibbon
Cero is a wild boar
  A barking deer
Albino Sambar

Mini Zoological Garden:

It is located in the capital of Aizawl, on top of Bethlehem Wengtlong hill and is home to the endangered sun bear.

To truly experience the wonder of the Northeast, visit the parks and sanctuaries of Mizoram.

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