Apparently, the area was declared as a sanctuary recently. The vegetation comprised mostly dry shrubs and small trees, and the land was more or less barren. Now we hope it would’ve changed. Whatever be the case, we spotted quite a few interesting birds, some hares, and deers – an impressive list for such a small and new sanctuary, compared with what we’d spotted in some well-known ones. Our driver was quite enterprising. Sensing our need, he drove the vehicle slowly and silently, himself looking for a movement here and there. He even allowed some of us to get on top of the vehicle, making the trip more memorable.
Disclaimer: No proof available to show this is the smallest WLS.
At 5.15 sqkm, we presume this would be the smallest
WLS in the world