Located 5 kms from Patiala city, the Bir Moti Bagh Wildlife Sanctuary is spread over 654 hectares of land and was once the royal family’s prized hunting reserves. The Bir area was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1952. Today, it is home to a plethora of indigenous wildlife, notably the chital, hog deer, peafowl, myna, partridge, etc. There is also a separate deer park within the Sanctuary.
The best time to visit the Sanctuary is in the winters (October-January) when migratory birds can be spotted. The Sanctuary also provides for washroom and cafeteria facilities to visitors. Do not forget to carry a reusable water bottle, and a hat/umbrella, when visiting in the summers.
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