Located at the border or Assam with Arunachal Pradesh in contiguity with Pakke Tiger Reserve in Arunachal is the thick expanse of the forests of Nameri National Park, known for its diverse variety of avian inhabitants. The park, notified in 1985 is spread over 200 square kilometer that forms a core area, with a peripheral region of an addition 144 km2, all of them in Assam’s Sonitpur district.
The vegetation of the park contains a mix of moist deciduous and tropical evergreen forests along with a spread of Bamboo groves. Jia Bhoroli River runs through the national park.
The park is part of the project tiger, and hosts many large mammals like the tiger, leopard, sambar, barking deer, wild boar and gaur. The major attraction of the park is its 300 species of birds, which attract a large number of naturalists and birdwatchers.
Heavy seasonal rainfall affects the park between mid-May and mid-September. The ideal time to visit the park is winter when you can see a few migratory birds, though the weather is conducive for a visit from October to April.
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