The main attractions of Kanha are Bison, Tiger, Gaur, Chital, barking dear, Barasingha, Black bug, Black deer, Nilgai, Chousingha, Sloth bear, Mouse deer, Porcupine, Jackal fox, Jungle cat, Peafowl, Mython, Monkey, Hare, Tiger, Mongoose, Leopard and many others.
Here you can enjoy spotting of birds of different species like Teals, Storks, Egrets, Pond herons, Peacock, Jungle fowl, Pea fowl, Patridges, Spur fowl, Rock pigeons, Green pigeons, Papihas, Cuckoos, Bee-eater, Rollers, Hoopoes, Warblers, Drongos, Woodpeckers, Kingfishers, Orioles, Finches, Fly catchers and Owl.
If we talk about one animal species for which Kanha is well known, then it is Barasingha or the Swamp Deer. Here you will get the opportunity to spot some unique species of Barasingha. Here you will find some hard ground variety of Barasingha populating in the large open tract of grass amidst the dense forest of bamboo and teak. Though the species of barasingha was about extinction about twenty years ago but the desperate measures of the forest department has saved the species of Barasingha and again you can feel that the Kanha bugles by the rutting calls of Barasingha. Especially during the winter season, the open meadows in kanha usually gets teeming with Barasinghas and you can spot plenty of Tigers around the fringes of park.You will enjoy to watch the activities of plenty of tigers in their natural habitat. The stringent program of conservation helped the overall protection of kanha’s flora and fauna. In kanha National Park, there is a beautiful museum which depicts the activities of the tribal culture and the wild life in the park. This museum remains closed on every Wednesday. This land is famous as an inspirational land for Rudyard Kipling for his famous and outstanding creation- ‘The Jungle Book’. BamniDagar’ which is famous by the name of Sunset point is one of the heightened attractions inside the Kanha National Park. You will love this view and its just memorable as it offers the most awe-inspiring and beautiful backdrop of sunset against the grazing of the wild animals like Gaurs and Sambhars. You will love this natural splendor of this area at this moment.