The Bodi-Satpura tiger reserve is a part of Satpura National Park that contributes quite a huge part in the tiger conservation network since 1999. The ecological density of the Satpura National Park is just off the charts. The flora and fauna in the park is heavily variant. There are about 1300 floral species in the park including bamboos, Sal, teak and so on. Among fauna there are leopard, nilgai, Malabar pried hornbills, four-horned antelope, crested hawk eagles, rhesus, paradise flycatchers, monkey chinkara, pheasants, peafowl, buck, Indian joint squirrel, fox, flying squirrel, tiger, chital, honey buzzards, thrushes and many more. The greatest tourist attraction here is the wild life safari in the Satpura National Park that gives the visitors a trip through dense forest, rugged terrain and observes the faunas in their natural habitat.