Sitanadi River (a tributary of Mahanadi) flows through Sitanadi Wildlife Sanctuary.
Udanti River (a tributary of Tel River, which is a tributary of Mahanadi) flows through Udanti Wildlife Sanctuary.
Vegetation: Tropical dry deciduous mixed forests.
Major Flora: Sal trees.
Major Fauna: Tiger, wild water buffalo (EN), chital, sambar, four-horned antelope (chausingha), barking deer.
Wildlife Sanctuaries of Chhattisgarh
Badalkhol Wildlife Sanctuary
It is located in the Ramgarh Hills.
It is a tiger corridor betweenAchanakmar TR (Chhattisgarh)& Palamau Tiger Reserve (Jharkhand).
Main attractions of Badalkhol Wildlife Sanctuary is the wild buffalo.
Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary
Located in Mahasamund district.
It is bounded by the River Mahanadi to the west and north and the Jonk River (a tributary of Mahanadi) to the east.
The Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary is named after the twin forest villages of Bar and Nawapara located in the sanctuary.
Tropical Dry Deciduous Forests
Bhairamgarh Wildlife Sanctuary
Indravati River (a tributary of Godavari) separates Indravati National Park from Bhairamgarh Wildlife Sanctuary.
It was set up to protect the Wild Asian Buffalo (EN).
Bhoramdev Wildlife Sanctuary
It is situated in the Kawardha district of Chhattisgarh.
It is named after the famous 11th-century Bhoramdeo Temple situated near the Sanctuary.
It is a tiger corridor inMaikal Hills (eastern part of Satpura Range) between Kanha Tiger Reserve (Madhya Pradesh) and Achanakmar TR (Chhattisgarh).
Rivers: This wildlife sanctuary is the origin of the Fen and Sankari rivers.
Landscape: The sanctuary is characterised by its lush green forests, rolling hills, and the Maikal Range of the Satpura Hills.
Vegetation: It offers a mix of dense forests and open grasslands.
Flora: The main species of plants in the Sanctuary include sal, saja, tinsa, kara and haldu.
Fauna: It is home to a variety of wildlife species, including tigers, leopards, wild dogs, sloth bears, sambar deer, barking deer, chital (spotted deer), gaur (Indian bison), and various species of birds and reptiles.
Tamor Pingla Wildlife Sanctuary
Located in Surajpur District, Chhattisgarh.
The northern boundary is the Moran river, eastern boundary is Bonga Nalla, and western boundary is Rihand River.
Part of Surguja Jashpur Elephant Reserve.
Semarsot Wildlife Sanctuary
The sanctuary is located by the Ramgarh Hills.
It shares its border with Bihar.
Wildlife Species: Nilgai, chital, sambar, chinkara, wild boar, fox and jungle cat, etc.
Pamed Wild Buffalo Wildlife Sanctuary
It is located in Dantewada district, Chhattisgarh.
Pamed Wildlife Sanctuary has some precious trees like Sal and teak.
Sarangarh-Gomardha Wildlife Sanctuary
Located near Sarangarh town in Raigarh district of Chhattisgarh.