Meinmahla Kyun Wildlife Sanctuary is a wet land reserve in Lower Myanmar. It is located in Bogalay Township in Ayeyarwaddy Division. The island made up of mud-flat, only a few feet above sea level and crisscrossed by tidal creeks which can be explored by boat. Meinmahla Kyun is famous for its saltwater crocodiles and is the premier place in Myanmar to see them. They are most easily spotted by search light during night time boat trips. For bird-watching enthusiasts, the mud flats at the southern tip of the island provide the best viewing point. The island is an important breeding and staging area with the East Asian-Australasian Flyway and boasts numerous migratory waterbirds over the winter, from November to February. It is estimated there are around 30 Irrawaddy Dolphins in the rivers and creeks around Meinmahla Kyun Wildlife Sanctuary. Sightings are most likely from November to February, but are possible year-round.