Adina Deer Park in Malda district of West Bengal, 21 kilometres from the district town Malda. The park is an important breeding centre for cheetal or spotted deer in the state and sometimes they overflow in number. The park also has a nilgai population. However, in spite of its name, the deer park is a small fraction of the area and protected within an orchard plantation. The woods are rich in butterfly and birds, specially Asian openbill, paradise flycatcher, prinia, oriole, fish eagle, etc.