Rollapadu Wildlife Sanctuary is outstanding amongst other havens in the state. It is basically known as an environment of the Great Indian Bustard, uncommon types of feathered creature. The haven likewise draws in huge number of transient feathered creatures and it is regularly called as Rollapadu Bird Sanctuary. It is arranged at a separation of 4.5 km from Rollapadu town. Covering a zone of 6.14 sq. km, it was set up in 1988 to ensure the Great Indian Bustard. It is the main territory for the Bustard in Andhra Pradesh which is a fundamentally imperiled animal category. Rollapadu haven is a dry prairie zone that gives novel setting to the area. There is likewise an expansive lake called Alaganuru Reservoir at a separation of 3 km from the Rollapadu town 7 km from the asylum. Alaganuru Reservoir is the base site for the transitory winged creatures and it's an absolute necessity visit put.