Besides Tiger, you will also find wild denizens like Leopard, Sambar, Barking deer, Cheetal, Gaur, Chausinga, Wild dog, Sloth bear, Nilgai, Wild boar along with rare ones like Pangolin, Ratel, Flying squirrel, and Rusty spotted cat.
Wild dogs and mongoose are very common in the area. You will find avian fauna especially of aquatic and migratory types along with backwater variety of fish, prawns and turtles in sanctuary. The other tourist attractions near sanctuary are Kaleshwar Mandir, Sironcha, Kolamarka wild buffalo sanctuary, Hatti Camp and Markandeshwar mandir on Wainganga river.
The lake houses around 200 species of birds namely the Indian pitta, paradise flycatcher, changeable hawk eagle, oriental honey, white-eyed buzzard, orange-headed ground thrush, monarch flycatcher, grey-hornbill and Indian roller. It is located in the middle of the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve.
Located at a distance of around 6.9 km from the Tadoba region, Moharli is a small village, where you will find an entry gate for the Moharli Zone of the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve. You will find private gypsies for Jungle Safari.
Located in the district of Chandrapur, Kolsa is a village situated close to Tadoba. It is also called Jewel of Vidarbha as it is heaven for the nature-lovers. The park is home to a variety of species of plants and animals. The other tiger reserves in Maharashtra are Pench which is in Nagpur, Melghat in Amravati, Nagzira-Navegaon in Gondiya, Sahyadri in Kolhapur.