Bardia National Park is the mixture of dry forest with lots of cotton and silk trees, open grassland and island-filled rivers. Bardia National Park is home to many different animals and more than 250 species of birds. The national park is full of creatures like fish eagle, crested serpent eagle, goshawk and animals like tiger, black buck antelopes,wild elephant and many more. The renowned river Karnali which lies in the western border is home to the rare marsh mugger crocodile, the Gangetic dolphin and the masher game fish.
Discover the immense world of bird watching in Nepal, a country that slopes from the high Himalayas to the hot and humid plains in the Terai. The topographical diversity has led Nepal to be a habitat for a wide range of bird species making the country a sought after destination for birding. Nepal has a recorded 848 species of birds (8 percent of the total birds in the world) and is also home to rare and endangered species like the Impeyan Pheasant, the national bird of the country and Spiny Babbler, the rare bird only found in Nepal.