More than birding the National Park is more famous for Tiger Safari's, but now with increase in tourism bird watching as also gained the equal popularity. Several groups of birder have started off with their own tours at this destination. Here bird watching depends from forest habitats in north to major wetlands. You can enjoy the best of the opportunities while mix hunting, here you see birds less in large flocks but you can see them in pairs and individual abound sights too. For discovering birds in the canopy you require good quality of binoculars and scopes are required. Once you recognize the calls from avian then you can identify the various species that are hidden in the dense forest. It is very important to have knowledge of about spots for birding in Kanha.
If you have a professional birding guide with you then, you can have a look at several numbers of species in the expedition of 3 to 4 days. Here you can have a glimpse at approximately more than 250 species of birds including the ones that you can only find in winters and also many of the migrating birds. Mostly you can see Pallas Fish Eagle, Osprey, Grey Bush chat, Grey Headed Fish Eagle, Ultramarine Flycatcher, Blue Capped Rock Thrush and much more on the list.
Being very sure that you will intact your sense, visiting the interesting place for watching birds and tigers. Some other species that you can find here are Asian Paradise Flycatcher, White Bellied Drongo, White Rumped Shama, Racket Tailed Drongo, Jungle Babbler, Painted Francolin, Grey Francolin, Black Naped Flycatcher, Eurasian Blackbird, Jerdon's Leaf Bird, Black Hooded Oriole, Common Grey Hornbill, Asian Brown Flycatcher, Tickell's Flowerpecker, Twany Fish Owl, Barred Jungle Owlet, Indian Scops Owl, Indian Scimitar Babbler, Crested Serpent Eagle, Common Kestrel, Pariah Kite, Indian Pitta, Honey Buzzard, Eurasian Blackbird, Golden Oriole and Changeable Hawk Eagle.
The wetland birds that are found here are Common Teal, Cotton Pigmy Goose, Red Crested Pochard, Common Teal, Red Crested Pochard, waders, sandpipers, Storks, Divers, Northern Pintail and many more.