Parsa wildlife reserve is a protected area in the Terai region and it covers an area of 627.39 km square. The reserve covers Parsa, Makwanpur and Bara districts. The Parsa wildlife reserve was established as a reserve in 1984. Parsa wildlife reserve is also one of the easiest places to reach. The Parsa Wildlife Reserve supports a good no of wild elephant, tiger, leopard, sloth bear, gaur, blue butt, and wild dog. We can also see almost 300 species of birds. Giant hornbill, peafowl, red jungle fowl, flycatchers, woodpeckers are the common birds found in the reserve. The forest in the reserve is composed of tropical and subtropical species. We can find 90% of the sal forest in the Parsa Wildlife Reservations vegetation. We can also find some of the riverine forests along the bank of the rivers. The forest contains some species like Khair and Silk cotton tree. We can also find sal and pine forest in the north-east part of the reserve and on the southern part the hills covered with pine.