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Sorsan Wildlife Sanctuary

Wildlife Tourist Attraction in Rajasthan

Overview

Popularly known as the Sorsan Grassland, Sorsan Wildlife Sanctuary is an ideal destination for bird lovers in Rajasthan. The sanctuary is spread in 41-sq km area that is adorned with lakes, ponds and scrubby vegetation. It is home to a large number of birds like orioles, quails, partridges, weavers, robins, and waterfowls along with animals like Indian Gazelle (chinkara) and blackbuck. In the winter season, Sorsan Grasslan becomes the hotspot for migratory birds like warblers, flycatchers, larks, starlings, and rosy pastors.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Sorsan Wildlife Sanctuary?

Q. What are the popular wildlife attractions in Sorsan Wildlife Sanctuary?

The major wildlife attractions are:

  • Birds: native birds like orioles, quails, partridges, robins, weavers, greylag geese, common pochards, teals and pintails. Migratory birds like warblers, flycatchers, larks, starlings and rosy pastors
  • Animals: Blackbuck and Indian Gazelle

Q. What is the visiting time for Sorsan Sanctuary?

6:00 AM to 7:00 PM (Everyday)

Q. What is the best time to visit Sorsan Sanctuary?

The months between October and February are considered ideal to visit Sorsan Wildlife Sanctuary. During this time, visitors can also see migratory birds.

Q. How to Reach Sorsan Sanctuary?

The best way to reach Sorsan Wildlife Sanctuary is to first reach Kota and then hire a cab for the reserve.

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