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KakoiJana Wildlife Sanctuary, Bongaigaon Overview

Kakaijana Wildlife Sanctuary or Kakoijana Reserved Forest is situated on the banks of river Aie, around 15 km away from the city of Bongaigaon. Its most famous inhabitants are the golden langurs which are native to western Assam and along the Indo-Bhutan border region. Initially, a reserved forest, as approved by the government, it later got promoted to the status of a sanctuary. Apart from the golden langur, several species like stork, python, leopard, hornbill, porcupine and much more are found here.

This sanctuary houses various species of animals like hornbill, leopard, python, stork, golden langur, monitor lizards and pangolin. In addition to these, jungle fowl, barking deer, porcupine, mongoose and binturong can also be spotted at this sanctuary. Apart from the animals, tourists can also find various kinds of bird species like red vented bulbul, pied harrier, jungle leubbler and many others. Kalikapat, a spring on the hill, which flows from the dense forests and reach paddy fields is yet another leading attraction.

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