Muthanga wildlife

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Established in 1973, Muthanga Wildlife sanctuary is contiguous to the protected area network of Nagarhole and Bandipur of Karnataka on the northeast and Mudumalai of Tamil Nadu on the southeast.

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  • A visit to Muthanga wildlife sanctuaries
  • Muthanga wildlife

    1. 1. MUTHANGA WILDLIFE Fauna of mathunga
    2. 2. Established in 1973, Muthang a Wildlife sanctuary is contiguous to the protected area network of Nagarhole and Bandipur of Karnataka on the northeast and Mudumalai of Tamil Nadu on the southeast. Flora & Fauna of Kerala, Mathunga
    3. 3. Flora and Fauna in Mathunga with bird
    4. 4. In terms of flora and fauna, Tholpetty is similar to Muthanga, better known as Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary.
    5. 5. Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary is one of two wildlife sanctuaries in Wayanad. The sanctuary is explored on a jeep safari, either in the early morning or late afternoon.
    6. 6. male Chital in Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary
    7. 7. Peacock in Muthanga Forest, On way to Mysore
    8. 8. Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary is the second largest wildlife sanctuary in Kerala. It is bestowed with lush green forests and rich wildlife.
    9. 9. Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary is the second largest wildlife sanctuary in Kerala. It is bestowed with lush green forests and rich wildlife.
    10. 10. Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary, Wayanad, Kerala, India
    11. 11. safari at muthanga wildlife sanctuary
    12. 12. Sunrise in Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary
    13. 13. The elephants taking a stroll at the Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary.
    14. 14. Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary Elephants
    15. 15. Wildlife in Muthanga (Wayanad) National Park
    16. 16. Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary' is an extension of Bandipur National Park
    17. 17. The Malabar Giant Squirrel – seen here in the Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary
    18. 18. Monkey in The wild life sanctuary at Muthaga 17 Kms from Sultan Bathery
    19. 19. Bison in Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary - Muthanga
    20. 20. White-bellied Blue Flycatcher (male) Muthanga
    21. 21. A tree-house near the 'Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary' (Wayanad district, Kerala)
    22. 22. Snake skink lizard and Striated Wolf snake that were among the new species spotted in the Mathunga Wildlife Sanctuary during the Reptile Reconnaissa nce Survey
    23. 23. Cochin Address: Global Vision Tours Pvt. Ltd 1'st Floor Attaparamban Buliding, Near West Church, Angamaly P O,Cochin, PIN : 683572 , Kerala. Tel: +(91)-(0484)-2458776 Cell: 09880373655 E-mail: cochin@globalvisiontours.com Vicky kuma r

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