Hyderabad now has a new lung space – a beautiful nature park spread over an area of 200 hectares, on the Hyderabad- Warangal highway at Narapally.
Bhagyanagar Nandanavanam, a nature conservation park, was inaugurated by Forest Minister Sri Jogu Ramanna last week.
The park also has a mini zoo and will host a wide variety of flora and fauna too. It comprises of a buffer zone (84.24 hectares) and a conservation zone (116 hectares), the Bhagyanagar Nandanavanam is a visual treat for nature lovers.
The park has green walking paths, forest trails, a nature ‘cycling’ trial, xerophytes park, green lawns, a meditation zone for morning walkers, and other facilities.
Very soon, the park will be a host to animals like spotted deer, wild boar, small Indian civet, jungle cat, black napped hare, etc and birds like peacock, grey jungle blabber, red vented bulbul, crow-pheasant, tree pie, sun bird, and others. It will also have snakes and 30 types of butterflies.
The Bhagyanagar Park is ideal for weekend outings.