Dibru Saikowa National Park
This is a Biosphere Reserve spread over 340 square kms in Tinsukia district of Eastern Assam. Apart from Mammals, migratory birds constitute major attraction of the forests.
The National Park has recorded about 36 species of mammals including the Bengal Tiger, Elephant, Leopard, Jungle Cat, Bears, Small Indian Civet, Squirrels, Dolphin, Gibbon, Wild Pigs, Sambar, Barking Deer, Water Buffalo, Feral Horses etc.
The area is also identified as an important bird area having more than 382 species of birds including the adjutant stork, lesser adjutant stork, greater crested grebe, large cormorant, open bill stork, black necked stork, large whistling teal, grey leg goose, grey headed fishing eagle, Griffon vulture, Osprey, Crested Serpent Eagle, Spot Billed Pelican, White Winged Wood Duck, Beaer’s poachard, Greater spotted eagle, pale capped pigeon, Great pied Hornbill, Marsh Babbler, Jerdon’s Babbler, Block Breasted Parrot bill, etc.
Most tourists visit Dibru Saikhowa National Park from Tinsukia town. Dibrugarh is about 40 kms and Tinsukia town is about half an hour drive from the National Park. Dibrugarh has an Airport and Tinsukia is a major railhead.