Popular known as mini Kaziranga, Orang National Park, covering 72 sq kms and is located just to the north bank of the Brahamaputra. This park is 150 km from Guwahati and 31 km from Tezpur. On October 1, 1992, the wildlife sanctuary was renamed as Orang Wildlife Sanctuary Rajib (Rajiv) Gandhi.

Flora and fauna of the attractions here is the coveted one-horned rhinoceros, elephants, leopard, samba, barking deer, tiger, varieties of water birds, pigeons, Florica green Trullo, geese and lots more. During winter the birds far off places come here nestle. Milky white pelicans migrate here in America also.

The area includes the alluvial flood plains of the Brahmaputra. Two distinct alluvial terraces, the lower portion of recent origin merely along the Brahmaputra and older than its northern portion are separated by a high court of the bank through the national park from east to west. The national park is a generally flat land. The altitude is the stretching of 45 to 70 M. The southern and eastern boundaries of the park covering the channels and islands of the western boundary of Brahmaputra.The are an artificial boundary demarcated by a pit villages. The villages of almost all sides around the entire area. Even on the southern side, the islands are now inhabited by riparian human habitation and the national park is under constant pressure biotic. The area includes the alluvial flood plains of the Brahmaputra. The park is generally a flat earth and the terrain is gentle slope from north to south. The area enjoys typical subtropical climate and the monsoon rainfall occurs during the important period from May to September.

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