Chakrashila Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary falling under Dhubri and Kokrajhar districts of Assam, India. It is famous for the Golden Langur and is the second protected habitat for Golden Langur in India.
Chakrashila Hill was first declared as reserve forest in 1966 and on July 14, 1994 it was recognized with the status of sanctuary by the Government of Assam.
Different kinds of mammals, birds and 23 species of reptiles including snakes, lizards and turtles, more than 40 species of butterfly are found in this sanctuary. Some species of mammals recorded in this sanctuary are Indian Short-Tailed Mole, Indian Flying Fox, Short Nosed Fruit Bat, Indian False Vampire, Indian Pipistrelle, Rhesus Macaque, Chinese Pangolin, Asiatic Jackal and Bengal Fox. Hornbills are also spotted here. It is also a safe heaven for a variety of endangered animals.
A total of 119 species of birds have been recorded in the Chakrashila Wildlife Sanctuary. This number includes 3 globally threatened species. Some of the species recorded here include Black Francolin (Francolinus francolinus), Jungle Bush Quail (Perdicula asiatica), Lesser Whistling Duck, Cinnamon Bittern, Indian Pond Heron, Cattle Egret, Purple Heron, Red-Necked Falcon, Red-Headed Vulture, Greater Spotted Eagle and Bronze-Winged Jacana.