Kanha National Park is home to many endangered flora and fauna species that have been preserved here. It is common to spot tiger, black buck, barking deer, barasingha, sloth bear, jackal fox sambhar, chital, and many more wild animals in the grass meadows here.
Not just for animal lovers, this place is a paradise for birders as well. Storks, teals, warblers, pintails, pond herons, cuckoos, egrets, peacock, jungle fowl, kingfisher, spur fowl, partridges, bee-eaters, quails, ring doves, spotted parakeets, green pigeons are few of the birds that could be sighted in Kanha. The park is home to as many as 300… bird speices
This “Tiger Country” makes an ideal home for the seen and the unseen, for the predator and the prey, and for the wild and the not-so-wild.