Bundala National Park, spread over an area of 6200 hectares, is very easy to reach from Hambantota. We reached the Hambantota road via Bundala to experience the animal life. As the environment slowly changes, so do the sounds of a jungle, the sounds of animals, and the palm waves of ours. You don’t even have to work hard to spot a bundle of jackals or crocodiles, which are common with elephants, spotted deer, and wild boars. However, large mammals are extremely shy to deal with and interact with.
Aquatic birds are a paradise for aquatic birds. There are about 18 species of aquatic birds found in the area, according to rough statistics. Bundala is a popular tourist spot among many bird watchers. As the winter dawns, the aquatic birds cross the blue skyscraper over the ranch and make their way to Bundala. Bird experts say that the genus Panicopterus, which is known as one of the most colorful warriors in the genus, benefits from the radar bundle. However, within this time, more than five thousand birds have been spotted traveling to Bunda. But their ability to produce their own offspring is a sad one. To date, they have not had any success in breeding their breeds according to statistics. Bundala is also an ideal home for ducks. Each year in November, these ducks arrive in the bund as if they were near a calendar. They may have at least some calendar. Gani, or Anas kuwerthudula, is one of the most common duck species. However, we were lucky enough to see about twenty thousand of these ducks at Embilikkala Lagoon in one morning. In many numbers, coastal birds also reach the bundle through the Central Asian skyline. Bundala is considered as a winter resort. These occur mainly between August and September. Even in early June, the beach birds that show off their beautiful faces are very happy about their arrival. The predominantly black-tailed Godwit, the Pacific Golden Plover, the Gray Plover, the Curlew Sandpiper, etc … Ability to see. You can see a lot of animals that behave in these waters in the bundle, especially if they are good for the bundle during the transition period.
You will also find a large number of sea urchins, as well as a large number of sea urchins. There are many varieties of this sea bundle that can be found in Bundala. I have also been fortunate enough to see brown and white sea urchins and birds with black hair. Because they are not in a hurry to return home as soon as the rain is over. A gray-headed eagle can also be seen in Bundala. You will also see sea white eagles in the abdomen.
In Bundala you will also find some amazing species of peacocks. You can take your vehicle into the area called Palle Mallala. Located just fifteen minutes away from the main road, you will find plenty of birds in the winter. You will be able to see these birds, especially after a heavy rain. However, it is customary for elephants and tuskers to visit the area occasionally. If you are planning to go there, it is important to take a little wanderings of these elephants. Another area where you can see the aquatic birds are just a few hours away from the main athletics mainland. They are ready to go home with a gentle grin. The elephant kingdoms and the herds of the herd are also frequent in the Uda Malala area.