Orang National Park in India

Orang National Park
Typewild
Founded0
First elephant0
RegionAssam
CountryIndia

Orang National Park is a national park located in the north banks of the Brahmaputra River near Tezpur, Assam, India. It covers 72 square kilometres. Among the animals found here include the Indian rhinoceros, sambar deer, barking deer and the Bengal Florican. An astonishing number of water birds are also found in this area.

Location: 26-35-30 N

Area :72 Sq KM

Address: Orang National Park

92-18-56 E

PO:Orang.District: Darrang.State:Assam (India)

Forest Officials :D.F.O. -1;Range Officer-2;Forester Grade-I -5;Grade -II: 2;

Total forrest staff :72

Vehicles :3

Total camps inside :12

Weapons :315, 303 Rifles and DBBL guns

Equipments :Wireless sets

Tower : 4 existing watch towers.4 are being constructed.

Night vision :1 set

Female guards-4.

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