ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS

ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTS

Islands

           Mother Nature has been extra generous to Andaman & Nicobar Islands in endowing it with phenomenally rich biodiversity which is displayed in its varied assemblage of flora and fauna on land and in water surrounding the islands.  Their uniqueness lies in high degree of endemism, particularly, in avifauna.  Forests cover about 84% of the islandsí geographical area.

           The coastline of all the islands adds up to 1962 kms in length.  It is bordered with luxuriant mangroves and magnificent fringing coral reefs. 

           A clean and pollution-free environment and lush green forests of the islands surrounded by blue sea water make Andaman & Nicobar Islands one of the most favoured destinations for eco-tourism.

E & F Dept
Forests Citizen Charter
Wildlife Acts/Regulation/Rules
Mangroves Organization Chart
Contact Us
Gradation List
A & N Islands Wild Life(Protection) Rules, 2008

Change in permit issue system for visit to Jolly Buoy/ Red Skin Islands 

Chatham Saw Mill

ENVIS Development Schemes
e-lekha Coastal Zone Management
Biosphere

 ReserveMemorandum for Wildlife Crime Control Bureau

 

Felling and transit of tree species on non-forest land Regulation(Draft)

Environment

Biological Park

Forms

ANIFPDC

The Gazette of India : Extraordinary Part-II-Sec3(ii)

Press Note - State Public Information Officer and ASPIOs
Places of Interest

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