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de Silva Wijeyeratne, G. (2010). Deep Blue. July – August 2010. Pages 34-35. Volume 5, Issue 6. ISSN 1800-0746. Exploring the seas off Kalpitiya in search of whales. Reflections on the first focussed effort to develop Kalpitiya for wh..

de Silva Wijeyeratne, G. (2010). Whale Watching Hotspots: Mirissa, Kalpitiya Peninsula and Trincomalee. Ahasa, the in-flight magazine of Mihin Air. August 2010. Page 26-29. I have written many articles to develop whale watching in Sri Lanka..

de Silva Wijeyeratne, G. (2010). Why Kalpitiya is Sri Lanka’s top spot for pelagic seabirds. Hi Magazine. Series 8, Volume 1. Pages 228-231. An explanation as to why Kalpitiya is so good for pelagic seabirds and a clarification that t..

de Silva Wijeyeratne, G. (2010). Mobile Marvel. LMD. September 2010. Page 143. Volume 16, Issue 12. ISSN 1391-135X. A few years ago, on a business visit to Europe I engaged is an aspect of market research I do. This is quite simple. I visit..

de Silva Wijeyeratne, G. (2010). Nurturing science at home LMD. September 2010. Page 139. Volume 16, Issue 12. ISSN 1391-135X. In April 2010, on a monsoon Saturday, I was laptopping in my study when my attention was drawn to a Common Drongo..

de Silva Wijeyeratne, G. (2010). Sri Lanka’s Big Five. Hi Magazine. Series 8, Volume 2 Pages 198-202. A discussion on criteria for selecting a Big List for a country, for creating a brand label for developing wildlife tourism. In the..

de Silva Wijeyeratne, G. (2010). Our Big Five. Why Sri Lanka is the Best for Big Game Safaris outside Africa. The Sunday Times Plus. Sunday 18 October 2010. Features. Page XX. A British journal..

de Silva Wijeyeratne, G. (2010). Trailing the Spotted One. November – December 2010. Pages 32-33. Volume 5, Issue 7. ISSN 1800-0746. Two leopard cubs fend off an enraged mother buffalo, a sounder of wild pig and a crocodile to regain ..

de Silva Wijeyeratne, G. (2010). A billion rupees worth of elephants: How conservation can be an economic driver. Page 159. In Wijegunawardane, V. (2010). Sri Lankan Elephant: A Celebration of Majesty. 212 pages. 11″(H) x 14.25″..

de Silva Wijeyeratne, G. (2010). It’s Whale Time. [The Migration and feeding strategies of Blue Blue Whales around Sri Lanka]. The Sunday Times Plus. Sunday 26 December 2010. Features. Pages 3-4.