Situated on the edge of the Great Indian Thar Desert is settled a one of a kind asylum of the most exquisite Antelope experienced in India "The Black buck". Tal Chapper sanctuary with practically level tract and blended shallow low lying territories has open prairie with dissipated Acacia and prosopis trees which give it an appearance of a typical Savanna. "Tal" signifies plane land. The rain water flows through shallow low lying zones and gather in the little regular water lakes.
The Geology of the zone is darkened by the breeze blown over-trouble. Some little hillocks and exposed rocks of record and quartzite are found in the western side of the sanctuary. Zone among hillocks and the sanctuary comprises the watershed region of the sanctuary. The entire asylum used to be overwhelmed by water during the substantial rains however with salt mining going on in the watershed. Barely any rain water falling on the hillocks arrive at the Sanctuary.
The Tal Chapper haven lies in the Sujangarh Tehsil of Churu District, Situated in the North-East piece of Rajasthan. It lies on Nokha-Sujangarh state Highway and is arranged a ways off of 85 KM from Churu and around 132 Km from Bikaner. The closest Railway station is Chapper which lies on Degana – Churu – Rewari meter check line of Northen Western Railways.
The nearest Airport is Sanganer (Jaipur) which is at a distance of 215 Kms from Chapper.