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Naharh Wildlife Sanctuary

Naharh Wildlife Sanctuary is a good spot for bird-watching in Rewari District of Haryana. It is about 40 km from Bhindawas Bird Sanctuary and 110 km from Delhi.

In 1985, the sanctuary was established with the aim to guard black bucks found in this area. With an area of 600 acres, it has a dense forest cover.

This woodland has a manmade waterhole to provide water to the black bucks. Naharh Wildlife Sanctuary also protects black francolin, rain quail, common quail, barred buttonquail, common hoopoe and green bee-eater.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Rewari


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