There is always in abundance you got to see several endangered species live in Pench National Park, which is super rich in fauna. This prey-rich woodland offers bliss in going inside the park and gazing at its beauty for longer and longer. In addition, there are dhols (Indian Wild Dogs), leopards, hyenas, wolves, jackals, and jungle cats. Some quarry species monitored in the park are sambhar, chital, gaur, muntjac, langur, wild boar, and rhesus macaques. The most commonly viewed species are deer so this is good news for deer lovers.
There are more than 170 species of birds including various nomadic ones like peafowl, crow pheasant, jungle fowl, red-vented bulbul, crimson-breasted barbet, magpie robin, lesser whistling teal, racket-tailed drongo, egret, pintail, shoveler, herons to get along with.
Research revealed few amazing tigers come generally under the umbrella of the park along with 39 other beautiful mammals, 13 reptiles, and 3 amphibians. Besides certain mammals, there are other land-based flora & fauna also available to make your eye feasted. The park is famous for bird life. As per the estimate of the wildlife authorities, 210 species of birds can be easily found in this park for example munias, barbets, minivets orioles, bulbul, waterfowls, wagtails, mynas, and blue kingfishers.
Bird Watching in Pench National Park
The park is famous for bird life. As per the estimate of the wildlife authorities, 285species of birds can be easily found in this park for example munias, barbets, minivets orioles, bulbul, waterfowls, wagtails, mynas, and blue kingfishers. Some of them are resident and migratory birds that include Malabar Pied Hornbill, Indian Pitta, Osprey, Grey-headed Fishing Eagle, White-eyed Buzzard, and a lot more. One life is not enough to discover the bird's beauty for the bird avid lover.