Ceylon Wild Life
Sri Lanka has 22 national parks declaring by the Department of Wildlife, including two marine parks at Hikkaduwa and Nilaveli (Pigeon Island). Also most tourist gatherings are Yala, Udawalawe, Horton Plains, Bundala, Minneriya and Kaudulla.
There are numerous other protected areas dotted across the island that are run under government supervision. These are categorizing variously as nature reserves, strict nature reserves (entry prohibit) and sanctuaries too. In generally, these places possess important botanical significance but lack the wildlife found in the trackers.
Most Popular National Parks
In Sri Lanka has 22 National parks and 40 Of reserved forests whole over the island. Below are a few famous National parks.
Through the southern lowlands faces of central highlands. Udawalawe developed as one of Sri Lanka’s most popular national parks. Mainly to see the large and easily spotted wild elephants. Udawalawa is the best place in the island to see the wild, in other range of fauna and habitats of Yala and Bundala. Localization wise Udawalawa is situated beautiful part of the separation of south of the hill country. While at its center the Udawalawe Reservoir. catchment area it originally establish to protecting.
The National Park, which covers an area of 6,200 hectares, contains 90 species of plants belonging to 47 families. It is widely famous as a bird’s paradise. Fifty-three bird species belonging to 150 families have been identify according to research carring out.