Established in 1952, the Eturnagaram Sanctuary was set with an aim to save the rich vegetation and bio-diversity of the region.
The undulating topography includes steep slopes, hills, streams and springs. This picturesque location forms a convenient and comfortable natural habitat for different species of animals. The dry deciduous forests and the tropical trees like teak, bamboo and madhuca offer shade and food for the animals.
Some the wildlife inhabiting the Eturnagaram Sanctuary, Andhra Pradesh is tiger, leopard, panther, chausingha, wolf and wild dogs. Some endangered species of the region are black buck, nilgai, four horned antelope, chinkara, spotted deer, sambar and giant squirrels.
The reptile population at Eturnagaram Sanctuary includes crocodiles, python, cobra, kraite and star.
The ideal time to visit the Eturnagaram Sanctuary is between October and April as during this time of the year the weather is pleasant and the animals are seen in their natural habitat easily.
Some of the other attractions of the region are the Thousand Pillar Temple, the Warangal Fort, Jain Temple, Ramappa Temple and the Pakhal Wildlife Sanctuary.
Crocodile are found in the region. The avian population of the Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary includes Snipes, Ducks, Flamingos and Sea Gulls.
The best season to visit the Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary is between October and May as the weather during this time of the year is pleasant and you are more likely to watch animals in their natural habitat.
You can avail their accommodation to enjoy the thrill of bird watching as well as wildlife safari early in the morning.