Bhindawas Wildlife Sanctuary
Bhindawas Wildlife Sanctuary is located at Jhajjar district in Haryana. It along with the Sultanpur National Park recently became the first to be recognised as Ramsar sites in Haryana. This recognition will help boost the conservation efforts and tourism industry in the region.
Bhindawas Wildlife Sanctuary is a manmade freshwater wetland that hosts around 250 bird species each year. It is the largest wetland in Haryana, spanning over 412 hectares of land. More than 40,000 migratory birds visit this region during the winter. The sanctuarys tall trees provide favourable habitats for raptors like Oriental Honey-buzzard, crested serpentine eagle, Indian spotted eagle, Greater spotted eagle etc.