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Gundla Brahmeswaram Sanctuary

Location : Located in the districts of Kurnool and Prakasam.
Coverage area : 1194 Sq. km.
Main attractions : Mouse deer, Langur
Best time to visit : October and May. 
Accommodation : Inspection bunglow at Nandyal and forest rest house at Diguvametta . 
Arrival information : 
-- By rail : 30 kms from Nandyal Railway Station.
-- By air : 
-- By road : Accessibility 100 km, by road from Kurnool. 
Nearby excursions : 
Nearby cities : Nandyal

Gundla Brahmeswaram Sanctuary lies between Kurnool and Prakasam districts, at a distance of 30-km. 
It is situated on Gundla Brahmeshwaram plateau running south north of the Nallamallai hill range, with cuts and broken hill ranges, valleys and plateau's. A perennial river by name 'Gundlakamma', crosses through the sanctuary. The sanctuary presents a varied habitat for wild life.

Flora :
This sanctuary has mixed deciduous forests of Teak, Prerocarpuss, Terminalia, Albizzia, Anogeissius, Dalbergia, Boswelia, Shisham, Andug & Bamboo.

Fauna :
Tiger, Panther, Sloth bear, Wild dog, Hyena, Jungle cat, Langur, Bonnet monkey, Pangolin, Sambar, Nilgai, Chowsinga, Chinkara, Mouse deer, Monitor lizard, Python and Marsh crocodile are found here.


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