A shallow water repository and overwhelmingly untamed water territory, without island, reed beds give it a particular feeling. This man-made wetland, pronounced as a haven in November 1988, has high preservation esteem. The tallest flying winged animal of the world Sarus crane possesses this region and is found in great number. Huge number of waterfowls gets pulled in to this site because of the farming fields encompassing the lake, which give adequate sustenance to them. The lake is additionally encompassed by great tree covers. There are in excess of 80 types of waterfowls revealed at Thol. Rising and drifting amphibian plants are there at Thol Bird Sanctuary alongwith some earthbound trees and herbs, for example, desi baval, bor, neem, vad, pilu, gando baval, kerdo and so forth.