[ A Birding and Wildlife Trip Report: Sri Lanka] A fat frog sits on a sunny rock that protrudes from a stream, unaware it is about to die. A heron swoops. The frog disappears. Seconds later I spot the heron, preening o

Chris Pritchard

Intro My wife Carrie and I have just come back from a terrific 11-day trip to Sri Lanka. Principally chosen as a place to combine food, shopping and wildlife watching with some birding, Sri Lanka is special for the good numbers of endemic spe

Mike Kilburn

Trip report on Sri Lanka published in Birdwatching magazine of family holiday in Sri Lanka. Visited Sri Lanka in August 2012 with Jetwing Eco Holidays.

Stephen Moss

Personal Highlights Tim (aged 10) Going on safari in Yala and b

Terry Girling

Naufer is a reliable and knowledgable guide. He went the extra mile to ensure my family and i had a dream vaction these past two weeks. He always showed concern for my three daughters happiness and safety, especially when we were camping in Udawalawe. I very m

Troy Shortell

de Silva Wijeyeratne, G. (2010). The un-fazed leopard and the two-legged rude species. The Sunday Times Plus. Sunday 14 February 2010. Features. Page 4. http://www.sundaytimes.lk/100214/Plus/plus_16

Gehan de Silva Wijeyeratne Yala

Lesley and Gill’s Sri Lankan wildlife adventure began with a 3 day Whale watching tour from the 17-20 January off the coast of Mirissa in the South of Sri Lanka. On the first day, there were sightings of 6 Blue Whales and 15 Bottle-nosed Dolphins. The next d

Lesley Thomas