The Bird Park is home to over 180 species of birds and birds. Endangered endemic and exotic species breed with the help of exotic bird breeding centers and endanger the rare species by sharing them with other zoos.
Five exhibition areas are reserved. Wetlands, wings of Asia, flightless birds, macaws, and chickens and parrots. The purpose of the Bird Gardens Wetland Exhibition is to showcase the importance of different species of birds and the importance of wetland ecosystems and the measures we can take to protect them. The sediment absorbs harmful pollutants and absorbs excess nutrients. Here you can see swans and ducks.
It is home to several endangered and endangered birds in the region. Rare birds such as gray parrots can be seen in this area. Slugs were established to breed these birds. Some of these rare birds have successfully breed since the beginning of the breeding program and through its research program.
The other area is where there are no flying birds. In this section you can see birds that have lost their ability to fly through evolution. You can find many species of rats, including ostrich, emu, and rye.Macaws and puppies can be adopted as pets. You can see poplars like the hyacinth macaw, a rare and very sweet subspecies. They are the largest of the Macau family and they always have the best attitude. These birds live in a variety of environments, from warm tropical rainforests to climatic climates.A large collection of parrots can be seen here. Many people are fond of human voices, and they are popular pets because of their ability to imitate wild voices and wild sounds.
The Center facilitates the study and research of university students and research members in Sri Lanka and abroad.
Rates for Locals:
Age 1 to 5yrs Free of Charge Age 5 to 10yrs LKR 130.00 Adults LKR 250.00Rates for Foreigners: Kids LKR 500.00 Adults LKR 1000.00 web sites – https://www.birdspark.lk/
Location -Birds Park / Birds Reaserch Center, Nagara Lake, Hambantota