The Bor Dam is situated in Selu Taluk in the village of Bori. The dam houses a reserve forest and a beautiful garden in its premises. It has a total area of around 61.10 sq km. The forest is home to nilgai, peacock, deer, wild pig, bear and wild cats.
Dam volume: 2,474 km3 (594 cu mi)
Total capacity: 127,420 km3 (30,570 cu mi)
Opening date: 1965
Bordharan Wildlife Sanctuary
Bor Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary located Hingi Wardha District in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is a home to a wide variety of wild animals. The sanctuary covers an area of 121.1 km2 (46.8 miles square). which includes the drainage basin Bor Dam.
Notably Bor Sanctuary and some adjacent protected areas will merge with Pench Tiger Reserve (Maharashtra) as "core satellite," more than twice the area of the tiger reserve that well established. Bor Dam Bor Dharan Near Shelu Wildlife and Picnic Spot Bor Wildlife Animal Sanctuary (Bor Dam)Bor Dam Bor Dharan Near Shelu Wildlife and Picnic Spot Bor Wildlife Animal Sanctuary (Bor Dam)
Bor Sanctuary is located between several other Bengal tiger habitat, including: Pench Tiger Reserve Maharashtra), 90 km2 (35 square miles) to the northeast; Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary, 125 km2 (48 square miles) northeast east; Umred Karhangla Sanctuary Wildlife (Pro), 75 km2 (29 square miles) in south east, Tadoba - Andhari Tiger Reserve, 85 km2 (33 square miles) in the southeast, Melghat Tiger Reserve, 140 km2 (54 square miles) in the northwest and west Satpura National Park and Tiger Reserve, 160 km2
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