To protect our Wildlife we must conserve our Wilderness and for our Wilderness to be meaningful our Wildlife must be able to roam free within it.

Date Topics/Target Group Place
2015- Nov 2nd, 3rd


  • Distribution and Resource Selection of an Endangered Apex Carnivore Across its Island Range – the Leopard (Panthera pardus kotiya) in Sri Lanka.
  • The influence of intra-guild competition on leopard ecology and behaviour: a case study in Yala National Park, Block I, Sri Lanka.  
  • Leopard ecology in the Central Highlands of Sri Lanka.           
Mount Lavinia, Colombo
2014- July Representatives of the Chinese Branch of the Nature Conservancy in Ulpotha Near Anuradhapura in the North-Western
2016- October 18th The ecological and economic value of natural forests in relation to the Sri Lankan leopard. In: International Research Symposium Proceedings for Valuation of Forest Ecosystems and their Services. (Kittle, A.M.,A.C. Watson, S.A. Cushman and D.W. Macdonald) The Ministry of Mahaweli Development and Environment, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
2016- March 15th Dick Oya Area Planters Association AGM


Date Target Group Place
27th October, 2014 University Students University of Peradeniya, Biology Club
28th December, 2011 University Students and staff Sri Lanka Sabaragamuwa University, Faculty of Applied Sciences
November, 2011 University Students Moratuwa University, Nature Club

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