|Destination||Yangon-Alaungdawkassapa National Park – Yangon|
|Expected Species||( ) species|
|Other Attraction||Mandalay, Taungdwingyi and environs|
Alaungdaw Kathapa National Park
Alaungdaw Kathapa National Park is a national park in Sagaing Division, Burma (Myanmar). The park consists of the Patolon Reserved Forest and the adjoining Taungdwin Reserved Forest. It is ASEAN heritage site, 616.84 sq mile in size with a well forested mountainous area and well known for its wealth of biological diversity and also an ideal place for bird watchers and nature lovers. Recommended period for visiting and birding is from November to May. In this site we can be found the various woodpeckers. That’s why we called woodpecker land.
Bird species which can be seen mostly: