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It's a wild, wild forum for the wild, wild Yala National Park. Come in and share your experiences and opinions. www.yalasrilanka.lk
It's a wild, wild forum for the wild, wild Yala National Park. Come in and share your experiences and opinions. www.yalasrilanka.lk

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An Angry Elephant Getting ready to charge...Do you think we can affect animals’ behavior while on our tours in the park? visit: www.yalasrilanka.lk to know the answer
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Want to share your clicks? We'd love to share your photos and here are a few tips. Capture close-ups or crop your photo so the object of your photo could be seen big. It would add more color to the post if you could tell us a bit about the photo or your experience taking it.
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It's a wild, wild spectacle: Yala may be world-famous for its leopards, but the park is a haven for all kinds of wildlife, presenting visitors an astonishing spectacle of bio-diversity.
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Blue, green and brown: Yala National Park is endowed with many ecosystems that gives it many faces. Eco systems include moist monsoon forests, dry monsoon forests, semi deciduous forests that changes identity through the seasons, thorn forests, grasslands, fresh water and marine wetlands, and in case, you didn't know, long sandy beaches.
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Who's there? Panthera Pardus Kotiya, the distinctively Sri Lankan leopard is the pride of Yala. Yala block one records the highest density of leopards in the world, creating huge chances of sightings. The best time for sightings is from January to July.
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From human kingdom to animal kingdom: Yala today is a 1000 sq. km spectacle of not just wildlife but remnants of a glorious agri-based civilization dating back to 5th century BC or even earlier, mostly noted through a vast network of dilapidated tanks and shrines. (Photo: DWC)
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What we are attempting to do isn't simple but we will try like crazy: We will bring you a 'one-stop' gateway to Sri Lanka's national parks, starting with Yala, offering you all the information you need, nudging tourists to become green travelers, all the while acting as a change-agent to bring about positive changes through the aspects of better infrastructure, better training for park officials/trekkers and of course happier habitats for inhabitants of the wild.
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Here we are – happy, fresh and official! 
Yalasrilanka.lk is now the official website for the Yala national Park. The 3rd of March became officially our birthday, alongside the International Wildlife Day. At a special function to celebrate the day, Minister of Wildlife Resources Conservation Gamini Vijith Vijayamuni Zoysa launched the new website.
This facebook page is yalasrilanka’s social media link that allows visitors to share their experiences and concerns. The Wildlife Dept will take note of your concerns.
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Hi we are new on Google Plus, visit the official site for the Yala National Park to find out what we are up to.
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