Ranthambore is a significant birding destination in India due to its abundance of birds and diverse range of flora. Around 320 species of birds, including serpent eagles, waterfowl, cormorants, painted spurfowl, sarus cranes, bronzed-winged jacanas, sandpipers, kingfishers, nightjars, painted sandgrouse, and great-horned owls, can be found in the national park in Rajasthan, which is well-known for being a natural habitat for Royal Bengal Tigers. Bird watchers and ornithologists have ample reason to visit Ranthambore National Park in the winter because of the abundance of migrating species that make the marshes there their home. The three big lakes, Padam Talao, Malik Talao, and Rajbagh Talao, are where the majority of the birds live.

The most significant birds in Ranthambore include the Graylag Goose, Woodpeckers, Indian Gray Hornbills, Common Kingfishers, Bee Eaters, Cuckoos, Parakeets, Asian Palm Swift, Owl, Nightjars, Pigeon, Dove, Crakes, Snipes, Sandpipers, Gulls, Terns, Great Crested Grebe, Eagles, Darters, Cormorants, Egrets, Herons,