Manjira Wildlife & Bird Sanctuary
The Manjira Bird Sanctuary, located near Sangareddy in Medak district, spreads over an area of 20 sq.km. The Manjira Bird Sanctuary is snuggled between Manjeera and Singur barrages. The Manjira Wildlife sanctuary is formed by nine small islands, where one can find a number of animals, migratory birds and reptiles like Marsh Crocodiles and Muggers. The sanctuary is located 50 Km from Hyderabad and is well linked by road. Nestling between Manjeera and Singur barrages,
One can notice an extensive growth of Babul Prosopis. Plants normally found in water are Pistia, Hydrilla, Eichornia and Vallisneria. Fishes of a range of species like Catla, Rahu, Murrel, Ech Paten, Karugu, Chidwa and reptiles like
Monitor Lizards, Fresh Water Turtles, Cobra and Marsh Crocodiles can be seen here. Different species of birds found here are Painted Storks, Herons, Coots, Teals, Cormorants, Pochards, Black and White Ibises, Spoon Bills, and Open Billed Storks etc.
An Environmental Education Centre with a museum, a library, and an auditorium is situated here. It helps in educating the guests about nature conservation and maintenance of ecological balance. Boats are in operation to take the guests around the sanctuary for bird watching.
Best Time To Visit :
October to March
Accommodation is Available at
The place is very near to Hyderabad and the tourists can stay at hotels or lodges in Hyderabad and Inspection Bungalows at Sangareddy and Sadashivpet