Maduru Oya National Park
Maduru Oya National Park is a national park of Sri Lanka, established under the Mahaweli development project and also acts as a catchment of the Maduru Oya Reservoir. Providing a sanctuary to wildlife, especially for elephants and protecting the immediate catchments of five reservoirs are the importance of the park. A community of Vedda people, the indigenous ethnic group of Sri Lanka lives within the park boundary in Henanigala as well. The park lies entirely in the dry zone although the park’s southern boundary is near the intermediate zone. The importance of the park’s fauna is its richness, which includes a number of endemic species. There are an entire community very rare birds, mammals & reptiles to be seen at Maduru Oya National Park.
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