Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary, located in the southern part of Delhi, India, is a protected area covering over 6,800 acres of land. Established in 1986, this sanctuary is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, making it a popular destination for nature enthusiasts and wildlife lovers.
The sanctuary's landscape is a unique blend of scrubland, dry deciduous forest, and rocky terrain, providing a habitat for various species of animals and birds. The sanctuary is home to several mammals such as the Indian leopard, jackal, striped hyena, Indian civet, and blue bull. The sanctuary also boasts of an impressive bird population, with over 200 species recorded, including Indian peafowl, Indian roller, black francolin, and red-vented bulbul.