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Yala National Park Sri Lanka

Yala National Park Sri Lanka 

Yala has been the most celebrated wildlife park in Sri Lanka for over the century. Along with its first self appointed Boer prisoner of the war game warden H E Engelbrecht Quite a story in itself Yalagam” as  If was known at the turn of the century was in effect the “Resident sportsmen’s “ shooting reservel a wild country reserved for apporoximtly 1260sqkm between “Kumbukkan River” and “Manik River”. And shares its borders with Yala strict nature reserve Kumana, Katharagama, Kalagamuwa and Nimalawa sanctuariles. The cliemate is semi and dry with scrub jungle  unique to this area along with rocky outcrops like Piduruthakala Kotagala Jamburagala strewn about the park while several fresh and brackish water lakes are found.
Yala National Park Sri Lanka
Yala National Park Sri Lanka 
“Yala National Park” is one of the first and foremost National Parks in Sri Lanka. The park consists of five blocks, two of which are now open to the public and also adjoining parks. The blocks have individual names such as, Ruhuna national park block1 and “kumana National park” or ‘Yala east’ for the adjoining area .it is situated in the southeast region of country. Yala national park extends over southern and Uva province within the two districts Monaragala and Hambanthota, with a total existent of 97880ha .it is located about 300 kilometers 190 miles from Colombo. It provides shelter to an array of natural eco systems including dry mixed evergreen forest, grassland, riverine forest, salt water lagoons and a belt of coastal habitats. Yala existed as a game reserve since 1900 and was upgraded to the status of a National park in 1938.

Yala falls within the low country dry zone of the country where the gently rolling terrain is dominate and the annual rain fall average around 1000mm. mean temperature range from 20C in January to 28C in January. Heavy rains in the North East Monsoon occur within the period from   mid October to December and swell the two major rivers in the park which reduces to streams during dry season 

By Rison Wijekoon 



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