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Sinharaja Birders Lodge, Sinharaja Forest, Sri Lanka

Top 10 Species

1Serendib Scops OwlOtus thilohoffmanniAll Year2-10km
2Sri Lanka Blue MagpieUrocissa ornataAll Year11-50km
3Sri Lanka SpurfowlGalloperdix bicalcarataAll Year2-10km
4Sri Lanka Hanging ParrotLoriculus beryllinusAll Year11-50km
5Crested DrongoDicrurus forficatusAll Year2-10km
6Spot-winged ThrushGeokichla spilopteraAll Year11-50km
7White-faced StarlingSturnornis albofrontatusAll Year11-50km
8Sri Lanka JunglefowlGallus lafayettiiAll Year2-10km
9Velvet-fronted NuthatchSitta frontalisAll Year11-50km
10Slaty-legged CrakeRallina eurizonoidesAll Year1km

Sinharaja Birders Lodge

There is no better place in Sri Lanka for Bird enthusiasts than Sinharaja Rainforest. We make it a true heaven for bird lovers who arrive from all over the world. The best time for Bird watching enthusiasts to visit is towards the latter part of the year. With our experienced team we ensure an impeccable bird watching experience during your stay at Sinharaja. So grab your birding stuffs (Binoculars, Cameras, Suitable clothing, etc) and come to Birder’s Lodge for a truly memorable Bird Watching experience.

The accommodation units are typed as single, double and triple suites. Sinharaja Birder’s Lodge stays committed to its promise of comfort, privacy and simplicity, casting a cozy enchantment on its guests. Having recognized the needs of its clientele the lodge ensures non-intrusive, uncompromising service that is tailored to specified needs of guests and their itineraries. surrounding.

Sinharaja is the best location to see mixed species bird flocks. According to a study carried out on the mixed species bird flocks, 42 individual birds occur in the flocks on average, which makes this the world's largest mixed species bird flock. The mixed species Bird flock study of Sinharaja forest has been continuing since 1981 and is considered as the World's longest studied bird flock study. On a birding trip to Sinharaja a birdwatcher can see close to 18 of the 27 endemic bird species although the actual number of endemic birds recorded at Sinharaja is more.

The former logging roads provide the best access for prime birding in Sinharaja where a mixed species bird flock and give you with a mouthwatering selection which include Orange- billed Babbler, Crested Drongo, Red–faced Malkoha, Ashy–headed Laughing Thrush, Green-billed Coucal, Lesser Yellownape, Orange Minivet, Indian Scimitar Babbler, Black- napped Monarch, Yellow fronted Barbet, White–faced Starling, Sri Lanka Spurfowl, Yellow-browed Bulbul, Spot-winged Thrush, Sri Lanka Myna, Legge's Flowerpecker, Brown–backed Needletail, Green Imperial Pigeon, Sri Lanka Blue Magpie, Chestnut- backed Owlet, Scaly Thrush, Sri Lanka Hanging Parrot, Black-throated Munia, Layard's Parakeet, Black Eagle, Crested Goshawk, Dark-fronted Babbler and Velvet-fronted Nuthatch. As the dusk falls you could look for the sub-continental endemic Sri Lanka Frogmouth, while during the daytime we could find one of these strange night birds on its day roost or even find with the help of our guides the newly discovered Serendib Scops-Owl.

If you want to experience the wonderful nature of Sinharaja Forest then Sinharaja Birder's Lodge awaits you.

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