Sasan Gir is well known as the remaining habitat of the Asiatic Lion. The 1412 SQ KM Gir wildlife reserve comprises deciduous forests, evergreen & semi evergreen vegetation, thorn scrub & grasslands. Sasan Gir also has a large leopard population. The sanctuary also has a booming population of Sambar and Spotted Deer, Chinkara gazelle, Nilgai and Chowsingha, the world’s only four-horned antelope. Birds can seen while visit to sanctuary. In Sasan Gir we can see attractive birds like the Asian Paradise Flycatcher, Painted Sand grouse, Tree pie, Hoopoe, etc. Crocodiles are seen at reservoir and at rivers flowing through the sanctuary. Asiatic Lions are less sociable than their African counterparts and differ in appearance by having shorter manes and a prominent fold of skin on the underside. Sasan Gir lions are purely predatory, never feeding off carrion as do African lions. As 350 lions and more than 300 leopards has been counted in Sasan Gir during the last census. The best time to visits the sanctuary is from November to April & it’s closed from mid June to mid October.