Elephant Migration between Hurulu Eco Park, Minneriya, Kaudulla and Galoya Eco Park

There are four national parks close to each other in that region. Minneriya National Park, Kaudulla National Park, Hurulu Eco Park, and Galoya Eco Park are them four. Due to their huge elephant crowds, every one of the four parks are very famous with local people as well as sightseers from everywhere the world. For the most part, every year during the long stretches of July to September, huge gatherings of elephants are found in the Minneriya National Park and afterward they relocate to Kaudulla National Park during the months September to November because of high rains and lakes getting topped off. The Moragahakanda dam additionally fills the Minneriya and Kaudulla tanks, which supply water to ranchers. At that period the grass (Elephants one of most loved food) on the edge of tank is sinked. As a result, the elephants migrate to Hurulu Eco Park and Galoya Eco Park in December and January to complete their migration and find food. They will then stay in those parks for the rest of April. 

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