Bird lovers and wildlife enthusiasts amongst you will be delighted to observe that the Ella hub provides for 27% or 63 species of the resident birds of Sri Lanka, including 8 precious species endemic to the up country. All these birds are reported to be forest birds and their existence is naturally protected within the environs in this tea cultivation and forest reserve.
Out of the 63 bird species, birds such as Sri Lankan Jungle Fowl.Woodpeckers- Lesser yellow-nape, Steak throated, Lesser Golden back. Babblers, Barbets, Flycatchers, Minivet, and Chestnut-headed Bee-eaters, Hill Mynas, Black-hooded Oriole, Sri Lankan Brown caped Babler, Sri Lankan Hanging Parrot, Oriental Withe eye. Indian Pitta, Greater Coucal. White Bellied Drongo, Sri Lankan Grey Hornbill. Sri Lankan Yellow-fronted Barbet. Red-vented Bulbul. Emerald Dove. Sri Lankan Green Pigeon. Rose Ringed Parakeet. White Wagtail. White Browed Fantail. Sri Lankan Wrestling Trusted. Indian Robin, Thick-billed flowerpecker. purple sunbird, Sri Lanka Wood pigeon. White Throated Kingfisher are the types of birds commonly seen in this location.