Private Tented Safari Camps in Yala, Udawalawe, Wilpattu and nine other National Parks

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The green bee-eater is a common sight in Sri Lanka’s Yala National Park. This energetic bird is easily identifiable by its beautiful green, blue, and orange plumage. At Yala, they have been observed to have adopted the somewhat unusual survival strategy of following Safari Jeeps, as the engine noise and vibrations cause insects (bees, dragonflies, flies, and others) hiding in trees to fly, making an easy meal for these intelligent birds.

The Green Bee-eater is a very common sight in the Yala National Park.
However, do you think that the above behavior is unique to Yala?

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