Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary is one of the attractions of the region from where river Kadalundipuzha flows into the Arabian Sea. Situated at a distance of around 19 km from Kozhikode, the sanctuary is around 7 km from Beypore port. The sanctuary is popularly known by the name of Kadalundi Nagaram. Providing shelter to over 100 and 60 varieties of native birds and migratory birds respectively, the sanctuary attracts tourists for witnessing rare species of avifauna. Migratory birds such as terns, seagulls, sand plovers, sandpipers, green shanks and turn stones can been seen in the sanctuary during the months starting from October to March. Whimbrels and brahminy kites are the prominent species of the region spotted in the sanctuary. Furthermore, tourists can also witness a wide variety of fishes, mussels and crabs in and around water bodies. Visitors can reach the site by the state-owned buses that operate on regular intervals. In addition, travellers can also hire private cruises or boats, which are easily available at Kadalundi.