Welcome to Birds Park

Asia's largest Birds Park and Research Centre in Hambantota Sri Lanka

Birds Park is a home to endemic and exotic birds with over 180 varieties and around 3200 birds. The park which is located in the Southern part of the island expands on a landscape of 35 acres dedicated for bird enthusiast and for those who study ornithology.









Asia's largest Birds Park

180 endemic and exotic birds

Exhibit Areas

Learn and discover 6 exhibits onsite

Dedicated for Research

Birds Park welcomes bird enthusiast and those who study ornithology

Social and Economic Sustainability

Local employment generation and training

Birds Park map

Visitors Info

With over 35 acres of land the park gives visitors the opportunity to meet and interact with our feathered residents. We invite you to come and enjoy!

How to get to Birds Park

If you are coming from Colombo take Southern Highway to Magampura Highway Exit. Then come to Katuwewa Junction and turn left. 7km From Katuwewa Junction you will find our Birds Research Center & Resort.

Please follow the sign boards.

You can also locate us through the Google maps (also published in the website)
Google map direction
map direction pdf

Rates for Locals

Age Category Ticket Prices
Age Below 3yrs Free of Charge
Age 3 to 10yrs LKR 500.00
Adults LKR 1000.00

Rates for Foreigners

Age Category Ticket Prices
Age Below 3yrs Free of Charge
Age 3 to 10yrs LKR 2000.00
Adults LKR 4500.00

Birds Park Exhibit Areas

The Wetlands Exhibit at Birds Park aims to showcase the diverse bird life as well as create awareness of the importance of wetland ecosystems and how we can take action to protect them. Wetlands are vital for providing clean water to urban areas! They improve water quality by trapping harmful pollutants in sediment and absorbing excess nutrients.
Wings of Asia
Home to the region’s most exotic and endangered birds, take a walk into this free flight aviary and admire one of the largest collections of Asian birds. The Aviary is a home to the critically endangered as well as endemic birds of Asia and Sri Lanka. In its efforts to conserve the species, off-exhibit aviaries were set up to breed these birds. Since the breeding programme started since inception of the park and through its research programme, the Park has successfully bred several of these rare birds.
Flightless Birds
Flightless birds are birds that through evolution lost the ability to fly. There are many species to look at including the well known ratites such as the ostrich, emu, and rhea. The largest (both heaviest and tallest) flightless bird, which is also the largest living bird, is the ostrich (2.7 m, 156 kg). Many domesticated birds, such as the domestic chicken and domestic duck, have lost the ability to fly for extended periods, although their ancestral species, the red junglefowl and mallard, respectively, are capable of extended flight. Flightlessness has evolved in many different birds independently.
Macaw & Cockatoo Zone
Macaws and cockatoos can be tamed and raised as pets without any serious injuries to humans.They have wonderful and complex personalities, great intelligence, live a long time, and are relatively easy to care for physically. They are extremely inquisitive, curious, affectionate, and playful animals that need a great deal of time and attention paid to them in order for them to be happy and well adjusted. You can see some of the popluar breeds such as the Hyacinth macaw, a very rare and very sweet sub-species of macaw. They are the largest of the macaw family, and they frequently have the best dispositions. These birds live in a great variety of environments from hot tropical rainforests to nearly antarctical climate. Many of their species are highly specialized in nutrition and biotope requirements. Others seem to be cosmopolites.
Parrot Paradise
Birds Park Hambantota houses a large collection of parrots with an impressive showcase of some of the world’s most unique parrots. You can tell a parrot by its short, hooked bills and incurved mandibles (lower beak), as well as their finely scaled feet. On each foot, they have 2 toes pointing forward and 2 pointing backward. This gives them a better ability to grasp items and they are known for their exceptional ability to perform acrobatic acts as they perch on branches or even hang upside down. Their ability to mimic human voices and sounds has also endeared them to many and that is why, they are popular pets.

Birds Park Reviews

Its really fantastic place to waching manny kind of birds. I never see some birds in my life time. But yesterday i saw there. I can't believe they are how to live in my sri lanka. They are maintain it perfectly.
Shachini Madushani
This is my 2 nd visit, I'm enjoying coming here and lucky to see such birds so closely, some we didn't see before this is wonderful opportunity for childrens too see varies kinds of birds at on place, I saw more birds than my first visit, this is really wonderful place to visit.
Krishanthi Perera
I never thought such a place there until visit same. This is marvelous. And it is better than the zoo. Also suppose need more publicity since most of people are not aware same place.
Shamil Dinendra Lorensuhewa