It is the state’s second most famous untamed wildlife sanctuary
Barnawapara. This little untamed life haven covering a territory of 245 sq km in the Mahasamund district of Chhattisgarh is known for its lavish green timberland cover and a sizeable population of the common Leopard. It is the state’s second most famous untamed wildlife sanctuary , set up in 1976 under the Wildlife Protection Act of 1972.
The thick vegetation here for the most part contains Teak, Sal and Bamboo, and backings differing untamed life, for example, Tigers, Sloth Bears, Jackals, Leopards, four-horned Antelopes, striped Hyenas, Chinkara, Barking Deer, Porcupine, Gaur, and Bison. The haven does not have any inhabitant Tiger populaction, but rather there is a nearness of Tigers as they move starting with one woods one forest patch to another in the state. The absence of this best predator has made room for the Leopard to flourish at the highest point of the evolved way of life of this haven.