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Born Free Sri Lanka News

Tourism in safe hands at Udawalawa National Park

6 June 2014

Categories: Elephants Campaign News, Sri Lanka News

Born Free Sri Lanka & Udawalawa National Park management recently agreed to conduct a series of awareness workshops for jeep drivers & tourist guides.

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Compassionate Subash keeps calves cosy

13 March 2014

Categories: Homepage News, Elephants Campaign News, Sri Lanka News

Subash is an Indian electrical engineer who works in Singapore. In mid 2013 he decided to take a break and backpacked around Sri Lanka, instantly falling in love with the country’s good food and fascinating wildlife, especially...

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A Day out with children and elephants

5 December 2013

Categories: Homepage News, Sri Lanka News, Elephants Campaign News

Over 25 students aged 15-16 years old from southern Sri Lanka recently visited the Elephant Transit Home (ETH) on the outskirts of Udawalawe National Park as part of a programme organised by Born Free in collaboration with the...

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Locking horns for conservation

4 September 2013

Categories: Sri Lanka News, Education News

Children from schools around Udawalawe National Park in Sri Lanka, recently took part in a debating competition organised by Born Free’s Sri Lanka Office and hosted by Rathambalagama School

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Farmer Conflict with Elephants – its Electric!

16 April 2013

Categories: Homepage News, Elephants Campaign News, Sri Lanka News

Recognising the on-going threat Asian elephants face due to conflict with humans, the Born Free Foundation has been working with communities in Rathambalagama, an area in the south of Sri Lanka’s bordering Udawalawa National Park...

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