Alatash National Park Ethiopia
Sixty-five species of birds were residents during both seasons. The relative abundance of birds was determined using encounter rates that give ordinal scale. There are two species of baboon — the Anubis and the hamadryas.
Alatash National Park
Click here to open interactive Google map Map Loading It was established in and derives its name from the Alatish River that has its source in the park and flows in a westerly direction to the Sudan. The park shares its boundaries in the south with Benishangul – Gumuz Regional State, in the west with the Sudan, in the east with Bembaho Kebele, in the northeast with Gelego Kebele and in the north with Mahdid Kebele.
It covers an area ofha composed of lowland woodlands. Landscape at Alatish is flat with elevation ranging from to meter above sea level. There are a few hills in the eastern and north-eastern parts of the area.
The twin mountains of Amdog are a special feature in the southwestern corner of the park. The soils of Alatish are composed of sandand gravel. Some sections of the area have bedrocks that impede the infiltration of water into the aquifer. These areas provide suitable habitat for seasonal wetlands, which in turn are productive habitats for birds, fish and other wildlife.
Agro-ecologically, the park is classified as dry kola with annual rainfall ranging between mm. The boundaries of the park were defined in but were redefined with the participation of local communities in Alatash National Park Ethiopia vegetation of the park is classified asCombretum-Terminalia broad-leaved deciduous woodland.
Dominant grass species include Cymbopogon spp. There are 26 larger mammals excluding rodents and recorded bird species. Alatish is found in an arid Alatash National Park Ethiopia semi-arid ecological zone. It forms an ecotone between the high mountains of the Simen and the Sahel zone in the Sudan.
As a result, the biological attributes of the park are believed to be diverse and rich. Alatish also has a number ofhistorical and cultural assets. Of these, a large Baobab tree at Omedla and the ethnic composition of the area made up of Felata and Gumuz communities are important tourist attractions. Unique features – This area has recently been set aside as a national park by the Amhara Region. The park is believed to Glacier National Park To Great Falls Mt a major proportion of Sahelian and Sudan-Guinea biome birds and other organisms.
As a result, its role is significant in the formation of a transboundary park between Ethiopia and neighbouring Sudan.
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Of these, a large Baobab tree at Omedla and the ethnic composition of the area made up of Felata and Gumuz communities are important tourist attractions. The park shares its boundaries in the south with Benishangul – Gumuz Regional State, in the west with the Sudan, in the east with Bembaho Kebele, in the northeast with Gelego Kebele and in the north with Mahdid Kebele. Lion, leopard, serval, caracal, and wildcat are all seen infrequently. As a result, its role is significant in the formation of a transboundary park between Ethiopia and neighbouring Sudan.