Birdwatching in Chundikulam National Park
Birdwatching in Chundikulam National Park
Birdwatching in Chundikulam National Park
Birdwatching in Chundikulam National Park
Birdwatching in Chundikulam National Park
Birdwatching in Chundikulam National Park
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Birdwatching in Chundikulam National Park

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Birdwatching in Chundikulam National Park

(SKU: LK75200200) Chundikkulam Lagoon and its surrounding area was designated as a bird sanctuary on 25 February 1938 under the Fauna and Flora Protection Ordinance.Chundikkulam Lagoon is partly surrounded by mangrove swamps and sea grass beds. The surrounding area includes palmyra palm plantations, scrub forests and a variety of dry zone flora.

Includes

  • Commentary and advice from expert naturalist guide
  • Highly recommended for Bird Watching

Excludes

  • Gratuities
  • Food or drinks.
  • Expenses of personal nature.

What to Expect

Chundikkulam Lagoon and its surrounding area was designated as a bird sanctuary on 25 February 1938 under the Fauna and Flora Protection Ordinance. Chundikkulam Lagoon is partly surrounded by mangrove swamps and sea grass beds. The surrounding area includes palmyra palm plantations, scrub forests and a variety of dry zone flora. Numerous varieties of water and wader birds are found in the park including bar-tailed godwit, black-tailed godwit, black-winged stilt, brown-headed gull, common sandpiper, curlew sandpiper, eurasian coot, eurasian curlew, eurasian spoonbill, eurasian teal, eurasian wigeon, garganey, greater flamingo, gull-billed tern, marsh sandpiper, northern pintail, oriental ibis, painted stork, ruff, shoveler, terek sandpiper and wood sandpiper.

Additional Note

Comfortable clothing.A wide-brimmed hat or billed cap to keep off the sun.