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Udawalawe National Park

200 km South-East of Colombo, Udawalawe National Park is located in the Southern Province of Sri Lanka. The park covers an area of 306 sq. km. There are over 400 Elephants and recorded sightings of Leopards; however due to their elusive nature spotting them requires considerable luck; Golden Jackals, Water Buffalo, Grey Langur are just a few of the other mammals found here. Reptiles include Crocodiles and Monitor Lizards. The many species of birds found here include birds of prey such as the White-bellied Sea Eagle, Crested Serpent Eagle, Fish Eagle, Booted eagle, Changeable Hawk Eagle, and in the wetlands; Waders and Painted Storks. Land birds include the Indian Roller, Indian Peafowl, Malabar Pied Hornbill, and Pied Cuckoo.


Minneriya National Park

180 km from Colombo in the North-Central province, Minneriya National Park encompasses the beautiful Minneriya tank, built by King Mahasena (274-301 AD). 24 species of mammal are to be found in the park, the most important being the elephant of which there are 150-200. Other species present include the Sambhur, Spotted Deer, Leopard (Rather Elusive), Sloth Bear, Toque Monkey and Purple-Faced Leaf monkey.

Some 160 species of bird have been recorded in the park, including endemics such as the Sri Lanka Jungle Fowl, Hanging Parrot, Brown-Capped Habbler, Crimson-Fronted Barbet and Black-Crested Bulbul. Of the 25 species of reptile recorded in the park eight are endemic, such as the endangered Red-Lipped Lizard. Visitors are more likely to see Saurian such as the Water Monitor and the Sri Lanka Swamp Crocodile.


Yala National Park

309 km South of Colombo in the Southeast region of the island, Yala National Park with an area of 1259 sq km is the biggest National Park in Sri Lanka. The park is divided into Yala West (also called Ruhuna) and Yala East. Yala West or Ruhuna National Park is one of the best parks in the world to observe and photograph Leopards. There are about 35 Leopards in the park, which probably is the highest density anywhere in the world. Other animals that can be seen in the park are Elephants, Sloth Bear, Sri Lankan Axis Deer or Spotted Deer, Barking Deer, Mouse Deer, Toque Macaque, Mongoose and reptiles include Lizards, Crocodiles, Water Monitors, Tortoise, Turtle and many species of Snake. Yala is also a bird watchers paradise with around 230 resident, migrant and endemic species of birds recorded in the park.


Bundala National Park

245 km South-East of Colombo, Bundala National Park is more a bird sanctuary attracting around 100 species of water birds many of them migrant birds like the Greater Flamingo, Lesser Whistling Duck, Garganey, Little Cormorant, Grey Heron, Black Headed Ibis, Eurasian Spoonbill, Asian Open Bill Stork and Painted Stork to name a few. It is also home to various forms of fishes including Saltwater, Marine, Brackish and fresh water. Reptiles include the Mugger Crocodile and Saltwater Crocodile, and the nearby beach is a nesting ground for Sea Turtles.

The Bundala forest area is also a sanctuary for the endangered Sri Lankan Elephant.


Sinharaja National Park

170 km from Colombo in the South West region of Sri Lanka, Sinharaja Forest reserve is the last remaining viable tropical rain forest in Sri Lanka, just 21 km from East to West and 7 km from North to South. 70% of the 190 tree species found in Sinharaja are endemic. Due to its dense vegetation wild life is not easily visible although you may get a glimpse of the common and endemic Grey Langur. There are 20 endemic bird species including Ceylon Lorikeet, Layard's Parakeet, Jungle and Spur Fowl, Ceylon Wood Pigeon, Grey Hornbill, Spotted wing Thrush, Rufous and Brown- Capped Babbler, Ashy-Headed Laughing Thrush, Ceylon Blue Magpie, White Headed Starling, Ceylon Hill Mynha and Legge's Flowerpecker to name a few.

Many threatened species of mammals, reptiles, amphibians and butterflies are found in the reserve. Endemism among mammals and butterflies is known to be greater than 50%.


Wasgamuwa National Park

200 km from Colombo in the North Central province of Sri Lanka, the Wasgamuwa National Park covers an area of 36,948 hectares, Home to 23 species of mammals including around 150 Elephants, the endemic Toque Macaque and Purple-Faced Langur, Water Buffalo, Sri Lankan Axis Deer or Spotted Deer, and the rare Sri Lanka Leopard and Sloth Bear. 143 bird species are recorded at the park of these 8 are endemic, amongst them the Red-Faced Malkoha, Lesser Adjutant, Sri Lanka Spur Fowl and Jungle Fowl, Yellow Fronted Barbet and others include the Peafowl, Painted Stork, Black Headed Ibis, the rare Sri Lanka Frogmouth and Chestnut Winged Cuckoo. Reptiles include the Water Monitor and Mugger Crocodile. 50 butterfly species are recorded with 8 species endemic.

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