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Situated on the border of the Yala National Park, Kumana renowned for its avifauna, especially its large flocks of migratory water fowl and wading birds. 255 species of birds have been recorded at the Kumana Bird Sanctuary, with rare species such as the black-necked stork, the lesser adjuant, Eurasian spoonbill and the great thick-knee being breeding inhabitants.