|Contents||Location: The proposed Deomali Elephant Reserve lies in the trijunction of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland comprising of 7 (seven) Village Reserved Forests namely Mopaya VRF, Namsang VRF, Borduria VRF, Chattang VRF, Russa-Chopsa VRF, Rujan VRF and Chopnu VRF and lies between 95 degree 10 minutes and 95 degree 40 minutes East longitude and 27 deg 15 min and 26 deg 55 min North latitude consisting of 860 sq. km.
Approach: Margherita and Naharkatia in Assam are the nearest approach and are around 2 hours drive from Dibrugarh which connected to New Delhi and Kolkata by daily flight connections and by Radhani and NE Express trains to New Delhi.
Forest Type: The forest type found in the Proposed Deomali ER can be described as Upper Assam Tropical Wet Evergreen Forests and may be described in the classification type by Champion and Seth as sub type 1B/C1 (Assam Valley Tropical Wet Evergreen Forests (Dipterocarpus).
Flora: Dipterocarpus macrocarpus (Hollong), Shorea assamica (Mekai), Termenelia myriocarpa (Hollock), Artocarpus chaplasa (Sam), Cinnamomum cecicodaphnea (Gonsorai), Amora wallichii (Amari), Canarium strictum (Dhuna), Termenelia citrina (Hilika), Dysoylum procetum (Poma), Duabanga grandiflora (Khokan), Mesua ferrea (Nahar), Castopnensis indica (Hingori), Enderpermum chinnensis (Phul gamari), Syzgium cummuni (Jamuk), Saplum baccatum (Sellang), Baccaurea sapida (Morhal), Vatica lanceofolia (Moroli), Mortus roxburghii, Starculia hamiltonii, Psedostachyum polymorphum (Baja bamboo), Dendrocalamus hamiltonii (Kako Bamboo), Bamboo safulda (Hill jati).
Fauna: Hoolock gibbon (Hylobates hoolock), Assamese macaque (Macaca assamensis),Common langur (Presbytis entellus), Slow loris (Nycticebus coucang), Tiger, Panther, Leopard, Leopard cat, Jungle cat, Fishing cat, Jackal, India fox, Wolf, Large Indian Civet, Common Palm Civet, Common Mangoose, Common Otter, Indian Elephant, Sambar (Cervus unicolor), Barking Deer, Hog Deer, Pangolin,, Indian False Vampire, Indian Pipestrelle, Himalayan Black Bear, (Sus scorofa ?), Indian Hares, Indian Porcupine, Jungle Rats, Himalayan Giant Squirrel, Flying Squirrel, Large Pied Hornbill, Wood Pecker, King Fisher, Common Dove, Ring Dove, Green Pigeon, Parakeet, Keel, Hill Myna, Pheasant, Indian Soft Shelled Turtule, Killed Boy Turtle, Large Indian Monitor Lizard, Monitor lizard, Forest Calottes, Eastern Green Calottes, King Cobra, Viper, Common Krait, Branded Krait, Rat Snake, Python etc.
Elephant population: As per the census report of March 2001, 51 (Fifty one ) nos of Elephant has been recorded.
|Contact Information: The Divisional Forest Officer, Namdapha Wildlife Sanctuary Division, P.O. : Miao, Dist. Changlang (Arunachal Pradesh) and The Field Director, Namdapha Tiger Reserve, P.O.: Miao, Dist.: Changlang (Arunachal Pradesh)|