Forests out of purview or not of National interest or without tigers are notified as wildlife sanctuaries with a nominal degree of protection albeit on paper. Nevertheless if the destination holds ecological value and some wilderness it may be elevated to a status of a National Park or a tiger reserve. This is a good sign however greater impetus should be accorded to places that still support wild animals, reptiles and avian species or are good ecosystems. If not conserved over a period of time the forest will face intrusion, destruction and ravage.
Nauradehi A Wildlife Sanctuary is being brought under the scope of protection in India. It is home to many wild animals, reptiles and birds that have been noticed and hence lot of conservation efforts are in place....thankfully.
The landscape is picturesque with steep cliffs that form deep glens and verdant greenery if not for wilderness the destination is equally fit for holidays.