Balaram Ambaji Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Banaskantha district of Gujarat. The name of the sanctuary is derived from Balaram and Ambaji, two temples located on the opposite corners of the area. The sanctuary was established by the government of Gujarat on August 7th, 1989 to protect, propagate and develop wildlife and its environment.
The sanctuary has a huge collection of some rare animals and birds which include sloth bear, porcupine, striped hyena, bluebull, fox, Indian civet, Indian pangolin, etc. The area also has many varieties of medicinal plants like kadaya, gugal and musali.