Hlawga Park

 Hlawgar Park is located 22 miles north of Yangon and established in 1982. The 1540-acre park includes an 818-acre wildlife park, a 62-acre mini zoo and a 660-acre buffer zone. The fenced Wildlife Park is home to introduce and re-introduce Eld’s Deer, Sambar Deer, Hog Deer, Eurasian Wild Boar and numerous Rhesus Macaques. In the mini-zoo, small mammals, birds, bears and estuarine crocodiles are being displayed more freely in large in spacious cages, aviaries and moated enclosures, build with modern zoo concept.

At Hlawgar, we can find the following birds out of 144 species listed before. Pale-eyed Bulbul(davisoni), Ayeyarwaddy Bulbul (specie recently separated from Streaked-earred Bulbul), Racket-tailed Treepie, Red-whiskered, Red-vented, Black-crested and Black-headed Bulbuls, Little Green, Blue-tailed and Chestnut-headed Bee-eater, Green-billed Malkoha, Greater Racket-tailed Drongos, White-rumped Shama, Asian Paradise Flycatcher, Puff-throated, Abott’s and chestnut-capped Babblers, Common and Dark-necked Tailorbirds, White-crested and Lesser Necklaced Laughingthrushes, Oriental Honey Buzzard, Shikra, Osprey, Lesser Whistling-duck, Indian Spot-billed Duck, Asian Openbill, Oriental Darter, Black-crowned Nightheron and many more.

Hlawga Map

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  • Chestnut-capped Babbler.jpg
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  • Puff-throated Babbler.jpg
  • Racket-tailed Treepie.jpg
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Hlawga Park Map  

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