Dibru-Saikhowa Sanctuary

Dibru- Saikhowa is a cluster of islands located near Tinsukia, at the confluence of the Brahmaputra, Lohit and Dibru rivers. It harbours an incredible ecosystem of endangered species and has a unique grassland and wetland habitat.

It is one of the 14 Biosphere Reserves of India and is the largest Salix swamp forest in north east India. Originally created to help conserve the habitat of the rare White-winged wood duck, the park is also home to other rare beings such as water buffaloBlack-breasted Parrotbill, the tiger, Capped Langur and wild horses.

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