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Born Free Sri Lanka News

Little steps in conservation: farmer and wild animal welfare

31 October 2012

Categories: Sri Lanka News

In Rathambalagama, situated in the dry zone of Sri Lanka, water is the most challenging factor for farmers, followed in a close second by elephant raids on their crops. Born Free Sri Lanka recently identified long term support...

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Visit to Sinharaja

16 August 2012

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

Students from the Rathambalagama School Environment Society visited the Sinharajah rainforest, assisted by Born Free Sri Lanka. This was a special opportunity for them to learn about the diverse and spectacular wildlife in their...

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A fair deal for elephants

18 July 2012

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

As part of our support for Rathambalagama village in Sri Lanka, we recently set up a special Women’s Society. One of the first initiatives it proposed was to hold regular market days in the village. Born Free Country Assistant,...

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Tourist Contact at Pinnewala

12 July 2012

Categories: Elephants Campaign News, Zoo Check Campaign News, Sri Lanka News

The Pinnewala elephant site provides local and international tourists with opportunities to get a close-up view and even a chance to interact with the elephants. However the regular approaches from tourists can have an impact on...

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Elephant Transit Home

28 May 2012

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

What happened to the rescued elephant shown on the BBC? Will Travers blogs the latest news.

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