Bardiya National Park is inhabited by Bengal tiger, Gangetic dolphin, Rhinoceros, Leopard, Black Buck, Blue-bull, Sloath Bear, Swamp Deer and rare and endemic birds: Slaty woodpecker, Bengal and lesser florican, sarus crane.  And you may have chance to see the herds of wild elephant, black buck antelopes, leopard, rhinoceros, fresh water dolphin, & a host of rare birds including local resident Slaty woodpecker. The national park is made of four types of vegetation- riverine forest, grassland, sal-forest and pine forest. There are natural lakes, Rivers, wetlands, savannah and grassland have been home to 839 species of flora and 642 species of fauna in which mammals- 53 species; birds-407 species; reptiles-23 species; and 126 species of fishes within the area of 968 sq. km. Symbiotic diversity of the park has made it much loved home of the different species of flora and fauna within such a small area of the park.