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Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Yavatmal district, Maharashtra state, India.
Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary is spread over an area of 148.63 square kilometers. Its on the northern border of the state, near Telungana state.
Tipeshwar Wild Life Sanctuary is rich in flora and fauna. Teak trees forms the majority of vegetation. The sanctuary is rich in Herbs.
Fauna includes endangered endemic spices. 29 mammals species including some of the endangered species like Tiger, Panther, Sloth Bear, Pangolin, Jackal, Four Horned Antelope, etc, are found here. Since Tigers are found here, the sanctuary is also called Tipeshwar Tiger reserve.
Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary is home to 6 endangered reptile species. More than 180 bird species belonging to 46 bird families are found here. 9 species of endangered birds, including the peafowl, are found in this wildlife sanctuary.
How Do I Go to Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary?
The road access to Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary is through Pandharkawada.
Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary is at a distance of around 35 kilometers from Adilabad Railway station, the nearest railway station in the nearby Telungana state.
Amravati railway station and Badnera railway station are at around 165 kilometers from the wildlife sanctuary.
Nagpur airport is at around 172 kilometers distance from Tipeshwar wild life sanctuary.
Mumbai is at a distance of around 850 kilometers from Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary.