Bumhpabum Wildlife Sanctuary

Bumphabum Wildlife sanctuary lies in the Kachin state, northern Myanmar. The sanctuary was established in 2002, covering a total area of 1862 sq. km,. The elevational ranges between 200-2500m. The sanctuary provides shelter for elephant, gaur, serow, several deer species, clouded leopard, golden cat, jackal, civets, bear etc and is also an 'Important Bird Areas' of Myanmar

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Landscape: Brahmaputra-Salween Protected Area Type: Wildlife Sanctuary
Established Year: 2002 Area: 1862 sq. km.

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IUCN Category: III - Natural Monument
Area containing one, or more, specific natural or natural/cultural feature which is of outstanding or unique value because of its inherent rarity, representative or aesthetic qualities or cultural significance.
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