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Do you know how many endemic birds in Sri Lanka ? (2 Viewers)

delia todd

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Hi KamilaPerera and a warm welcome to you from all the Staff and Moderators. I've moved your post to the Sri Lanka forum as I feel it's more appropriate in that area... I hope you don't mind.

I'm sure you will enjoy it here and I look forward to hearing your news.
 

The BulbMogul

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Very fine photos of splendid birds. A trip report would be much appreciated.
Just hope Sri Lanka birding guides can hang on despite the economic crisis.
We are headed back to SriLanka for another 6/7 month stay shortly and things are improving slowly for the local population. Zero issues if you are a foreigner and have money to spend when you show up. I been going to Sri Lanka since 1976...Love the place...
 

etudiant

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We are headed back to SriLanka for another 6/7 month stay shortly and things are improving slowly for the local population. Zero issues if you are a foreigner and have money to spend when you show up. I been going to Sri Lanka since 1976...Love the place...
Lucky you!
Arthur C Clarke retired there, a serious endorsement. He'd been around enough that his judgement carries weight.
Please keep us posted.
 

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