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Binsar The Wildlife Location in India!

Binsar The Wildlife Location in India!



Binsar is a wildlife preserve with oak, rhododendron, and pine forests on a mountain that rises to 8000 feet. It lies 30 kilometres northeast of Almora in the Kumaon region of the Indian state of Uttarakhand. So, if exploring wildlife makes your vacation successful, you must know about Binsar!


1.    Almora’s Chand rulers used Binsar as their hunting grounds. After the British defeated Nepal and Kumaon became a British administered region, the administration’s senior bureaucrats established estates here.


2.    Following independence, the estates continued to grow fruits until the late twentieth century, when most estates switched from growing fruit to welcoming visitors.


3.    A range of animals can be seen in Binsar, including leopards, mountain goats, barking deer, yellow-throated martens, Himalayan palm civets, hares, serows, and the ubiquitous langurs and macaques.


4.    As well as leopards, mountain goats, barking deer, wild boars, porcupines, Himalayan palm civets, Himalayan hares and serows, Binsar is home to langurs and macaques.


5.    Spring is typically a great time for birds in this area. Several migrant bird species, such as flycatchers and bulbuls, arrive for nesting in addition to year-round birds such as jays, titmice, nuthatches, and sibias.


6.    As soon as the sun rises and the birds awake, the hills come alive with bird songs. Hill partridges and various types of pheasants are also common.


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7.    Binsar provides breathtaking views of the Himalayan peaks stretching from Yamunotri in Garhwal to Mt. Nampa in Nepal. The sacred peaks of Nanda Devi, Trishul, and Nanda Kot dominate this higher Himalayan range.


8.    The sweeping views of Kumaon’s mountains and valleys as far as the eye can see are also quite stunning.


9.    Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary has more than 60 kilometres of hiking trails. Walking is the best way to experience the Sanctuary due to the dense forest cover and spectacular views from these trails.


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