Chitwan is home to massive 544 species of birds. Chitwan National Park, also referred to as Royal National Park, is the first national park in Nepal established to save fauna and fowls. Some of the birds found in Chitwan National Park are Asian Openbill, Black-winged kite, Common Hoopoe, Cattle Egret, Asian Pied Starling, Spotted Bush Warblers, Cotton Pygmy Goose, Common Greenshank, Yellow-bellied Prinia, Grey Backed Shrike, Red Naped Ibis, Grey Wagtail, Paddy field Pipit, White Throated Kingfisher and numerous others. The National Park is blissful for animal and bird lovers due to the rich diversity present there. Chitwan National Park has been an enticing and intriguing spot for ornithologists all over the world. The best time for Bird watching in Chitwan is during October, November, February, March, April and May.
- Chitwan National Park stretches over the districts of Chitwan, Parsa, Makwanpur, and Nawalpur. Recognised by World Heritage Site, the park is the first of its kind in Nepal
- The National Park recorded over 544 species of birds in 2006 and is annually visited by several bird watchers and ornithologists
- The place is famous for White-throated kingfisher, Grey-crowned Prinia, slender-billed babblers, storks, and bitterns