About the location: This 4953-sq-km sanctuary covers a chunk of the parched land of the Little Rann and is the home of the only remaining population of the chestnut-coloured Indian wild ass (khur), as well as bluebulls, blackbuck and chinkara. There’s also a huge bird population from October to March (this is one of the few areas in India where flamingos breed in the wild). About 2500 khurs live in the sanctuary, surviving off the flat, grass-covered expanses or islands, known as bets, which rise up to around 3m. These remarkable, notoriously untamable creatures are capable of running at an average speed of 50km/h for long distances.
Brief History: The wildlife sanctuary of Little Rann was established in 1972 and came under the Wildlife Protection Act in the same year.
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Dawn–dusk, 16th Octover to 15th June Every Year
By Road Bajana is 100Kms form Ahmedabad and Dasada is 95Kms from Ahemdabad which are the main entry points into the Sanctuary
By Train Patadi railway station is 25 Kms away.
By Air Ahmedabad airport is the nearest airport and it is 100Kms away.