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Talangama Environmental Protection Area

  • Province  Western 
     District 
     Colombo
     DSD  Kaduwela
     City  Thalangama
    Area 1.18 km2 (118ha) (lake and paddy fields)
    Gazette Notification No 1487/10 Dated: 2007.03.05

  • Importance
Important as an area with of high bio-diversity.
Large number of birds, reptiles, mammals, fish and insect species area recorded.
Significance in flood control.
Important area for agriculture, fisheries and recreational activities.
Area utilized for research and educational purposes.
Scenic beauty and landscape value.
Map 04 - Thalangama
Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 February 2018 04:09

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