Sultanpur National Park

Established in1972 (as Bird Sanctuary), 1991 (as National Park)
GeographyLocated in Gurugram district, Haryana, India
BiomeTropical and dry deciduous
RiversSahibi River
FloraGrasses, dhok, khair, tendu, ber, jamun, acacia, banyan tree, 151 taxa of angiosperms, 23 species of algae, 17 species of wood-rotting fungi, 2 species of pteridophytes
FaunaBlackbuck, Nilgai, Hog Deer, Sambar, Leopard, Over 320 species of birds
LakesSultanpur Lake
Unique FeaturesImportant bird sanctuary and biodiversity hotspot, part of Ramsar site


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