Pakke Wildlife Sanctuary
Pakke Wildlife Sanctuary and Pakke Tiger Reserve falls in the East Kameng district. Its Southern border merges with State borderline between Assam and Arunachal. The tract of the protected area falls within the land area of Pakke river and Kameng river. It has an area of 861.95 Sq.Km with geographical variations of Terai and rugged Siwalik ranges. Seijusa, is a small rural village with some Govt. Establishments and settlements. The beauty of this place is that though there are settlements, establishments yet the rural look, the greenery persists. The air is clear free from dust and pollution. The Pakke river flows down through this area which ultimately meets with the Jiya Baroli in Assam. On the west Bank through a small dam, crossing the river and a furlong through Nameri Wildlife Sanctuary of Assam you reach at the gate of Pakke Wildlife Sanctuary (861.95 Sq.Km). The establishment of Range Officer (Wildlife), Seijusa consists of the Range office, staff quarters, a Rest house of transit officers. There is one raised temporary shade ideal with the natural surroundings. A few display of caged animals for the visitors has been kept. A road of 12 Km leads to a place known as Khari, a beat establishment with a transit accommodation deep inside the Sanctuary. The 12 Km fair weather road needs maintenance after a rainy season which is the only approach to the place Khari.
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