Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary, sprawling over a region of 967 sq.km, was built up in 1972. Situated in the area of Chamoli, it is named after the well known Kedarnath sanctuary. Arranged on the catchment territory of Alaknanda River, this haven is home to mild timberlands, which incorporate low and coniferous, snow capped and Bugyals. Inferable from its decent iety in physiological and geological highlights, the asylum is home to rich botanical species.
Trees of Oak, Pine and Birch are in plenitude in this haven alongside a few blooming plants. Moreover, the asylum additionally has a wide assortment of fauna too, which incorporate reptiles, warm blooded creatures, feathered creatures and primates. Wild bear, panther feline, jackal, snow panther and regular panther are a portion of the creatures that travelers can spot in this haven. A portion of alternate creatures dwelling in this haven are sambhar, goral, tahr, serow, bharal and jeopardized musk deer.