The Flora of Bandhavgarh park has huge grassland with deep gorge, valleys and plains with not many spotted green hills. The Park having moist deciduous type plantations and has marshy grass lands subjugated with species of grasses.
Bandhavgarh park is the home of the largest number of tigers among the tiger reserves in India. Apart from tiger other wildlife are langur, macaque, jackal, fox, bear, rattle mongoose, striped hyena, wolf, wild dog, leopard,chital, sambhar, barking deer, nilgai, wild pig and many more.
There are six animals in this park which are listed as IUCN ( International Union for Conservation of Nature) list of critically endangered mammals.
The migratory birds visiting Bandhavgarh during monsoon are great cormorant, darter, Indian roller , red wattled lapwing, adjutant Stork, kingfisher, Asian paradise fly catcher, whistling Duck, red jungle fowl, hawk Eagle, black hood oriole, Indian hornbill, Oriental magpie robin and many more and paradise for bird watcher.