Kaimur Wildlife Sanctuary is located near Bhabhua and is the largest sanctuary of the state spread out in 1342 km and has a few waterfalls and lakes too. Travellers can spot animals such as tigers, panthers, wild boars, sambar deer, chitals, four-horned antelope and nilgais and is the den to around seventy species of resident birds.
More bird species can be spotted in the winters during the arrival of migratory birds. Fishes are found in Anupam Lake and Kalidah. There are animals like tigers, sloth bear, sambar deer, chitals, four-horned antelope and nilgais at the Wildlife Sanctuary.
The number of birds during the migratory season increases. There is an influx of birds from the Central Asia region. The sanctuary can be accessed by road from Bhabua, as well as through rail station at Mohania.