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- It is located on the Chota Nagpur Plateau. North Koel River (a tributary of Son River) flows through the park.
- Belta National Park = Palamu Tiger Reserve + Mahuadanr Wolf Sanctuary
- Vegetation: Bamboo and sal forests.
- Major Fauna: Elephants, Bengal tiger, sloth bear, gaur, chital, sambhar, nilgai, mouse deer, rhesus monkeys, Indian giant squirrels, sambhar deer, chausingha.
- Major Avifauna: Hornbill, black ibis, quail.
Palamu Tiger Reserve
- It is one of the nine original Tiger Reserves in India.
- It forms part of Betla National Park and Palamu Wildlife Sanctuary. North Koel River runs through the reserve.
- Major Fauna: Tigers, elephants, leopards, gaurs, sambars.
Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary
- It is an important elephant corridor in the Dalma Hills.
Gautam Budha Wildlife Sanctuary
- It is located in Bihar and Jharkhand.
- It covers the Lower Gangetic Plains (moist deciduous forests) and Chota Nagpur (dry deciduous forests).
Mahuadanr Wolf Wildlife Sanctuary
- It is located along the Jharkhand-Chhattisgarh border.
- It is a breeding ground for Indian Wolf.
Palkot Wildlife Sanctuary
- It is contiguous with the Koel River Valley forests, Saranda-Singhbhum Range forests and Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary.
Parasnath Wildlife Sanctuary
- It is situated in Parasnath Hills (Chota Nagpur Plateau).
Udhwa Lake Bird Wildlife Sanctuary
- It is the only Bird Sanctuary of Jharkhand state.
- It comprises two backwater lakes over Ganga River.
- Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary: Located to north of Ranchi.
- Kodarma Wildlife Sanctuary: It is adjacent to Gautam Budha Wildlife Sanctuary.
- Lawalong Wildlife Sanctuary: It is contiguous with Gautam Budha Wildlife Sanctuary and Kodarma Wildlife Sanctuary along the Bihar-Jharkhand border.
- Topchanchi Wildlife Sanctuary: It is adjacent to the Parasnath Wildlife Sanctuary.