See exotic birds and animals
Sinharaja has all the characteristic features of a tropical rain forest and is the only one of any size on the island. The forest is south of Ratnapura and you drive there passing the town of Kalawana. Around 90 square miles in area, it extends from less than 300 ft. above sea level to 3,838 ft. at the summit of mount Rupahin Kanda and most native Sri Lankan birds and plants can be seen at Sinharaja.
Ornithologists will have a field day in the forest seeing some of the rarest species of birds such as Red Faced Malkoha, White Headed Starlings, Trogans, Indian Grey Drongo, Grey Tits, Ceylon Lorikeet, Crested Drongo, Azure Flycatcher, Back Bulbul, Black Eagle, Emerald Collard and Three Toed Kingfisher among others. The purple faced monkey is common and lots of bats and rare animals are also found here.
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