Dibru Saikhowa

Dibru Saikhowa

A habitat for the endangered white-winged duck

While the plains of Kaziranga in Assam, with its rhino population have become famous on the tourist circuit across north-east India, Dibru Saikhowa covers a wider swathe of grassland and forest. Dibru Saikhowa National Park lies on an island resting between the Brahmaputra and the Dibru rivers. With no roads running through this wilderness, Dibru Saikhowa’s wildlife is best witnessed by boat along snaking water channels. Created to conserve the habitat of the endangered white-winged wood duck, the park also offers refuge to other rare species such as royal Bengal tiger, Asiatic water buffalo, black-breasted parrotbill and capped langur, among others.

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