Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve is a home to over 22 species of mammals and 250 species of birds.
The Primitive consist of the Common Langurs and Rhesus Macaques.
The Carnivores in the region are the Tiger, Leopard Asiatic Jackal, Sloth Bear, Bengal Fox, Ratel, Striped Hyena, Gray Mongoose, Jungle Cat.
The artiodactyls frequently sighted are Spotted Deer, Sambar, Gaur, Nilgai, Chinkara, Chausingha and Wild Pigs.
Mammals such as Dhole, the small Indian Civet, Palm Squirrel and Lesser Bandicoot Rat are seen occasionally.
Among the herbivores, Gaur is the only coarse feeder.
Birding in Bandhavgarh
Around 250 avifaunal species are sighted here- this incorporates hornbills, kingfishers, flycatcher, vultures, grebes, herons, egrets, storks, barbets, cormorants, ducks, woodpeckers, birds of prey and numerous other peculiar species of birds. Sarus cranes visit the reserve for reproducing amid monsoon and might be seen up to November. Bird watching point at Bandhavgarh fort subjects to consents from the forest department. But whilst the consent, you will get to see an incredible overview of vulture homes.
We arrange a special birding outing with our birding guides.
For Birding please email us and we will share with you an updated bird list for Bandhavgarh.