Chaprala Wildlife Sanctuary spread over 134.78 sq.km, is located in Mulchera and Chamrishi tehsils of Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra, and was notified on 25th February 1986. The river Pranahita which is formed after the confluence of the rivers Wardha and Wainanga near the village Chaprala, is very near the Sanctuary. The Sanctuary is also very near to the state of telangana. Chaprala Wildlife Sanctuary is corridor for wildlife between in the Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserve and Indravati Tiger Reserve in Chhattisgarh state. It supports about 69 types of trees, 27 types of climbers, 31 types of grasses. Principal species of trees inculide Teak, Arjun, Palas, Tendu, Mahua, Aola, Behda etc., Chaprala supports fauna including Tiger, Leopard, Sloth, Bear, Spotted Deer, Sambar akin to those found in the area.