Talle Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary, located in Arunachal Pradesh. It lies at an altitude ranging between 1200 to 3000 metres above mean sea level and covers an area of around 337 kilometres square. The sanctuary was established in 1995 and is home to a wide diversity of wildlife and also harbors a high diversity of flora. The ideal time to visit the place is during the spring season as the weather remains pleasant, its neither too hot nor cold.
The sanctuary is home to about 16 endangered plants that include Panax Sikkimensis, Schizandre, Acer Hookeri, Acer Oblongum, Goleola Neediflora, Angioteris Evecta, Cyathia Spinulosa, Monotropa Uniflora, Clematis Apiculata, Corybus Spp., Goleola Falconeri, Balanphora Dioica, Lilium Grandiflora, Pleioblastu Simonii, Berberis Spp., Cotoneaster species.
Mammals: Clouded Leopard, Malayan Giant Squirrel, Indian Muntjac and Asian Palm Civet.
Birds: Around 130 bird species are found here. Some of them are Black Eagle, Collared Owlet, Golden-Breasted Fulvetta, Scarlet Minivet, Verditer Flycatcher and Mrs. Gould's Sunbird.
Reptiles: Snakes, Monitor Lizards and many more.
The ideal time to visit the place is during the spring season as the weather remains pleasant, its neither too hot nor cold.
Nearest Train Station: Naharlagun Railway station is the nearest railhead to the sanctuary.
Nearest Airport: The nearest airport is Guwahati Airport from which one has to take roadway to Ziro and a 37km foot trek to the sanctuary.