The Biological corridors provide linkages and connectivity between the various protected areas. It provides connectivity ranging from the sub-tropical ecosystem of the Royal Manas National Park to the alpine regions of Jigme Dorji National Park, and lateral connectivity from the Jigme Khesar Strict Nature Reserve to the Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary and the Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary.
- Biological corridors are areas set aside to connect one or more protected areas and facilitate movement of wildlife
- In 1999, Bhutan as the world’s leader in attempting to create an ecological stable and durable network of protected areas declared 8.61% of the country as biological corridors in Bhutan as a gift to the earth and people of Bhutan. Bhutan’s protected area network includes 8 biological corridors