Habitat fragmentation is a problem faced by many species all over the world due to expansion in urban settlements, forest destruction and infrastructure developmental activities. The destruction of habitat and fragmentation hamper the migration of species which may lead to its local extinction. Land use change which is driven by human population is the main reason for habitat destruction and fragmentation. Remote sensing and GIS Technology are very important and useful to assess the land-use changes and monitoring these changes. Protected areas that are confined only to the patch conservation should be joined through the biological corridor and forest restoration can be one of the alternatives in conserving those biological corridors for the easy accessibility of wildlife movement.