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Watching birds is always so soothing because they do what we aspire to, they fly!

Arunachal Pradesh is nothing less than a Utopia, being home to so many natural wonders. Going to Arunachal is like stepping into a world where everything is nice and beautiful. Glittering lakes, thrilling wildlife sanctuaries, blissful nature reserves all make for a picturesque destination. It is a place you would want to fit into a photograph. While it has been treating its guests with the unbeatable charm, there is a new place to be added to the list. The all-new bird sanctuary in Arunachal Pradesh is a gift to the travelers by the locals of the state!

What makes this bird sanctuary stand above all other attractions is the fact that a village has been turned into a reserve! So you can imagine how surreal the village, Singchung Bugun, would have been. The tribe of this village, Bugun, lent a helping hand and came together with the foresters and researchers to create this paradise!

One day an astronomer saw a very rare bird species

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One day an astronomer saw a very rare bird species and thought to himself that this place should become a bird sanctuary in Arunachal Pradesh. And this is how the whole idea was evolved and led down on the papers and is now a reality!

The sanctuary has benefitted both nature and nurture. While it gave a home to the innocent natural beings, it helped the Buguns have their resources preserved! So, basically this new sanctuary has helped eliminate the gap between humans and nature.

Further Read: 7 Wildlife Sanctuaries In Arunachal Pradesh To Witness The Beauty Of North Eastern Kingdoms!

Are you ready to lose yourself in a beautiful world that has only been created by your fellow humans? The sanctuary is home to exotic birds as well as offers adventurous activities to indulge in to treat you from head to toe! So, plan a trip to Arunachal Pradesh and don’t forget to carry your camera along.

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