Dr. Daying Ering Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary


Dr. Daying Ering Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary covers an extensive area of 190 sq. km. Around 75% land area of the sanctuary is covered by alluvial grassland, while 15% is wooded. The western, eastern and northern parts of the sanctuary are surrounded by the Siang River. This sanctuary extends into the state of Assam towards the south, where it known as the Kobo Chapori.

Besides, tourists can see migratory birds from Mongolia and Siberia near the water bodies, inside the sanctuary. Endangered species of aquatic birds, including Indian skimmer, darter, black-bellied tern, lesser whistling teal and spot-billed pelican can be spotted as well.