Entries in #srilanka (6)

Thursday
Jan052017

Using Drones To Mitigate Human-Elephant Conflict - Sri Lanka Elephant & Leopard Conservation

The field staff have embarked on a new pilot research project to determine how drones can be used to reduce deadly human-elephant conflicts in villages and fields adjacent to the Wasgamuwa National Park; home to hundreds of wild Asian elephants that live in close proximity to people.

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Thursday
Sep292016

EleVETS - Sri Lanka Elephant & Leopard Conservation Project 

Project EleVETS is being developed on our Sri Lanka Elephant & Leopard Conservation Project to provide veterinary care for captive elephants that work within the tourist industries

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Thursday
Jul282016

New Beehive Project - Sri Lanka Elephant & Leopard Conservation Project 

The beehive project is up and running! However there is a lot of monitoring which needs to be done and volunteers on the project are given the choice to assist with this once a week.

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Monday
May092016

Hop on the Elebus! Sri Lanka Elephant & Leopard Conservation Project 

It's beautiful. It's educational. It saves lives...and it's the world's first EleFriendly Bus from our Sri Lanka Elephant & Leopard Conservation Project

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Friday
Apr152016

Earth Day "Project Orange Elephant" - Sri Lanka Elephant & Leopard Conservation Project

In celebration of Earth Day 2016, Project Orange Elephant will go "Above and Beyond" thanks to Land Rover! As a result, hundreds of orange trees will be donated to dozens of local farmers during this year's Earth Day celebration, helping to reduce conflicts between human and elephants.

 

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Monday
Mar022015

Sri Lanka Elephant & Leopard Conservation - Launching an Ele-Friendly bus!

A tremendously exciting bit of news is that our partners have officially launched a new Ele-friendly Bus Project This project would help to resolve the increasing human-elephant conflicts in the Tree Hut Elephant Corridor and help to bring back the disrupted tranquility of this sacrosanct place for elephants.

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