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Bundala National Park is a mix of scrub jungle and sand dunes bordering the sea. Its beaches are important nesting sites for turtles.The lagoons hold good numbers of birds and Crocodiles.
Endemic birds include the Brown-capped Babbler, Ceylon Woodshrike and Ceylon Junglefowl.During the northern winter large numbers of migrants arrive such as Golden and Kentish Plover, Large and Lesser Sandplovers, Marsh and Curlew Sandpiper, Curlew and Greenshank. Rarities include the Broad-billed Sandpipper and Red-necked Phalarope.
Mammals likely to be seen include Elephant, Spotted Deer, Hanuman Langur, Jackal, Black-naped Hare and Wild Pig.
From the A2, at the Weligatta Junction, near the 251km post, take the turn to Bundala Village.The park office and entrance is on this road.
Accommodation Tissamaharama has a range of accommodation.The accommodation near Yala National Park is within an hour's drive.
Source: Sri Lanka National Parks & Reserves by Gehan de Silva Wijeyeratne published by Jetwing Eco Holidays.