Captured on Guest Night Walks conducted by Cinnamon Nature Trails

Photo Credits to Athula Somasiri Sri Lankan Wood Frog (Rana gracilis)   Bark Gecko (Hemidactylus leschenaultii)   Termite-hill Gecko (Hemidactylus triedrus)

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“Green Forest Lizard”

“Green Forest Lizard” (Calotes Calote) photographed by Harsha Manapperuma Taken at the Cinnamon Lodge Farm.

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Sloth Bear at Bandawala, water hole – Yala National Park

Taken Date – 20/08/2014 Photo Credit – Sampath Gunasinghe

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Clark U. senior receives $10,000 stipend from Davis Projects for Peace, helps cattle farmers and leopards coexist in Sri Lanka

senior Sanjiv Fernando received a $10,000 grant from Davis Projects for Peace which he used to fund his self-designed conservation project “Mitigating the Human-Leopard Conflict in Southeast Sri Lanka” this summer in his native country. With funding from the Davis Foundation and support from Clark’s LEEP initiative, Fernando spent the summer just outside of Yala […]

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Season Five in Trinco – Its another Whale of a Time

My mind runs back five years when Nature Trails were trying to establish whale watching in Trincomalee soon after the guns fell silent in the eastern seas. Nilantha frantically called me from sea perhaps 15 nautical miles southwards from ‘Koneswaran’ confirming that he’s with five blue whales at sea. Elated, I informed Dr.Charles Anderson who […]

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TRACKING BLUES WHALES in Sri Lanka

Photo identification to unravel secrets of Blue Whales and Orcas off Sri Lankan waters The deep waters that surround Sri Lanka’s coastline are becoming known for their rich diversity of marine-life, in particular cetaceans, where one can have the opportunity to observe a great diversity of species. Since May 2008, it has become known that […]

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