Attiveri Bird Sanctuary is a bird reserve located 15 km from Mundgodd taluk of Uttara Kannada district at a distance of 43 km from Hubli-Dharwad.

Spread over an area of about 2. 23 square km, the Attiveri Bird Sanctuary is home to 79 species of birds including migratory birds from 22 countries. The part of the sanctuary surrounding the reservoir has riverine and deciduous forests. Birds inhabiting this area include cattle egret, Indian and little cormorants, black-headed ibis, Eurasian spoonbill, pied and white-throated kingfishers,hornbill and barn swallow.

Farmlands situated around the reservoir have a rich diversity of insects that are the main source of feed for water birds. Colorful migratory and residential birds of different species make this place a visual delight. Visitors will be able to spot a variety of wild animals like wild boar, jackal, grey mongoose, black naped hare, Indian porcupine, Common Palm Civet and Indian Pangoline.

The Attiveri Bird Sanctuary is an ideal destination for nature lovers as well as bird watchers. It is also the right place for people who love trekking as one can trek up 2 km from Hungund village to reach Attiveri. Private rest rooms have been set up near the sanctuary for visitors who prefer overnight stay to enjoy serenity of the place.

The sanctuary is open for visitors during timings: 6:00 AM till 6:00 PM. Entry Fee for Indians is Rs. 50 per head, for children Rs. 25 per head and for foreigners Rs. 300 per head. The best time to visit the sanctuary is between November and March.