The Sinharaja forest is a world Heritage in Sri Lanka, It is 33km's long and has almost every endemic bird in Sri Lanka, We can visit there any time of the year but might rain after the migrating season. Sinharaja forest has small streams and pond and
fields and most importantly Bird flocks.
Birds: Sri Lanka Frogmouth, Yellow-browed bulbul, White-browed bulbul, Black bulbul, Sri Lankan scimitar babbler, Yellow-fronted barbet, Crested Goshawk, Besra, Crimson-fronted barbet, Coppersmith barbet,
Red-vented bulbul, Stork-billed kingfisher, Dwarf Kingfisher, Black-capped bulbul, Sri Lanka lorikeet, layards parakeet, Sri Lanka bay owl, Serendib Scops-owl, Oriental Scops-owl, Chestnut-backed owlet, Brown hawk owl, Collared scops owl, Forest Eagle
owl, Sri Lanka White-eye, Oriental white eye, Ashy-headed laughing thrush, Rufous woodpecker, Orange-billed babbler, Lotens sunbird, pale-billed flowerpecker, Legge's flower, Brown-breasted flowerpecker, Asian paradise flycatcher, Asian brown
flycatcher, Tickell's blue flycatcher, Black-naped Monarch, Dark-fronted babbler, Sri Lanka blue magpie, Red-faced Malkoha.