Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary a protected area and a Project Tiger tiger reserve located 38 km (24 mi). northwest of Chikmagalur town in Karnataka state, India. Bhadra sanctuary has a wide range of flora and fauna and is a popular place for day outings. The 1,875 m (6,152 ft) above MSL Hebbe Giri is the highest peak in the sanctuary.
An estimated 33 tigers are found in Bhadra. Other mammals in the sanctuary include: elephant, gaur, sloth bear, wild boar, leopard, Jungle Cat, Jackal, wild dog, jackal, sambar, and spotted deer, barking deer, mouse deer, common langur, bonnet macaque, slender loris, small Indian Civet, common Palm Civet, pangolin, porcupine, flying Squirrel and the malabar giant squirrel.
Small carnivores found in the Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary include: leopard cat, rusty-spotted cat, ruddy mongoose, triped-necked mongoose and otters.