Along the north from Panaji making progress toward Belgaum, is an asylum that spreads 240-sq-kms. Thick backwoods clad slants of the Western Ghats that is rich in untamed life and a heaven for feathered creature watchers.
The Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the Goan town of Mollem. With an aggregate range of 240 sq kms, this is the biggest of Goa's four secured untamed life territories, and contains inside it The Molem National Park.
The haven is arranged on the eastern outskirt of Goa, with Karnataka 53 kms far from Panaji and 54 kms far from Margao. It is effectively open by both street and rail.
Unless you stay for no less than two or three days, it is impossible that you will get a look at huge numbers of the creatures that are protected in the asylum, including Gaur, Sambar, Leopards, Spotted Deer, Slender Toris, Jungle Cats, Malayan Giant Squirrels, Pythons and Cobras.
There are imperative topographical and authentic components in this haven. Jeeps on private game plans go to the inside of the backwoods. The asylum is especially known for its Leopards, Elephants, Deers and Gaur Or Indian Bison.
It is more advantageous to view wild creatures from the Devil's Canion View Point. Fledgling significant others may likewise locate their best time here. The well known sanctuary of Tambdisurla of the Kadambas is arranged 13-km from here. In Mangalore to Margao venture on Konkan Railway one can appreciate the excellence of Dudhsagar through the windows.
Mollem has agreeable bungalows and quarters worked by the Directorate of Tourism for convenience. Police Outpost at the entryway of the asylum in quiet and calm surroundings resemble a composition on a canvas in Mollem.
The haven's setting in the foothills of the Western Ghats is brilliant and the wide open is a standout amongst the most quiet that you'll go over in Goa. One hundred meters west of the passageway to the Molem Tourist Resort is the Nature Education Center, where you can contact the Range Forest Officer, from whom you can acquire authorization for vehicle access through the principle park door (which is around 3 km east along the National Highway 4A). There is additionally a perception stage a couple of kms into the recreation center and the best time to see untamed life is in the early morning or late night.
Wild vertebrates recorded in the haven include: dark panther, yelping deer, Bengal tiger, panther, hat macaque, normal langur, civet, flying squirrel, gaur, Malabar mammoth squirrel, mouse deer, pangolin, porcupine, slim loris, sambar, spotted deer, wild hog and wild puppy.
Prominent winged creatures which can be found in the asylum include: drongo, emerald dove, pixie bluebird, brilliant oriole, more noteworthy Indian hornbill, Indian dark woodpecker, Malabar dim hornbill, Malabar pied hornbill, dim headed myna, dim wilderness fowl, expansive green barbet, heaven flycatcher, racket-followed drongo, ruby-throated yellow bulbul (the Goa state flying creature), shrikes, three-toed kingfisher, Sri Lanka frogmouth, wagtails. This haven contains many winged animals which are endemic to the Indian subcontinent, particularly southern India.
A portion of the numerous fascinating butterfly examples in the range are: blue Mormon, normal Jezebel, regular Mormon, basic pantomime, plum Judy, basic vagabond, blood red rose, lime butterfly, plain tiger, southern birdwing and followed jay. It likewise has endemic species like Malabar tree fairy and Tamil yoeman.
This haven is acclaimed for its snakes, especially the ruler cobra. Additionally here are: bronzeback tree snake, feline snake, bump nosed pit snake, Indian rock python, Malabar pit snake, rodent snake, Russell's snake, Indian cobra and normal krait,