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Haryana wildlife sanctuary

Haryana wildlife sanctuary

HARYANA: Although Haryana has only one sanctuary there are some interesting areas west of Hissar where blackbuck and even bustard are found. For further information, contact: The Wildlife Officer, Kothi No. 974, Sector 9, Panchkula Ambala Dist., Haryana.

Sultanpur Jheel. Established in 1971 and in fact developed by the State Tourism Department, this lake is less than a square mile in area and a buffer area needs to be created. There are few local breeding birds, but the main attraction are the migratory birds who come in large numbers during late October and November. Best time to visit: Nov.—Feb. Accommodation:Haryana Tourism Lodge with both airconditioned and non-airconditioned rooms, restaurant, bar and cottages. Tel: Farakh Nagar Exchange, 42. Book through Haryana Tourism Bureau, Chander-bk Bldg, 36 Janpath, New Delhi (Tel: 3449 I 1). Nearest town: Gurgaon (9 miles/15 km) Air: Delhi (Palam), (22 miles/35 km) — Delhi City center, (35 miles/48 km).

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