A variety of animals and birds can be seen in the Jim Corbett National Park. With little luck one can see the elephant, tiger, panther, beer, large Indian antelope, sambhar, spotted deer, barking deer, wild boar, monkeys, porcupine, mongoose, crocodile, ghariyal (long snouted crocodile) and pythons. The jungle noise mixed with the roar of lions speaks of the richness and variety of fauna. Birds of different variety sing in a crescendo and then abruptly stop off creating a resonant silence. The occasional call of the pea fowl pierces the still night to great distances. At times peculiar laughter of the hyena is heard. At intervals, the colony of monkeys kicks up a deafening noise. One can perceive the panther on the prowl, shaking the trees, the violent movement of the colony to the higher branches gain momentum as the big cat comes near and then as the tiger leaves the ground the noise slows down. A variety of birds can also be seen in the Jim Corbett National Park. A guide is very useful to help identify the birds and beasts. Some of the prominent birds that are seen at the park are babbler, bulbul, crow, pheasant, paradise, fly catcher, flower pecker, golden wood pecker, hornbill, snipe, robin, magpie, lark, oriole, pea-cock, laughing-thrush, quail, sand piper, wrbler, white stork (Haji lak lak), scavenger, vulture, black patridge, Himalayan wood owl, common hawk, cuckoo or the brown fever bird (pipiha). Enjoy all this on Corbett tour packages.