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Birds & Blues! A Bird & Mammal Watching Trip to Sri Lanka, 2010

Published: March 22, 2017 Written by: Stuart Thomas

Stuart, Micky, Tim Sykes and Owain Gabb visited the wonderful country of Sri Lanka November to December 2010 and had a fantastic three weeks there. Click the link to read the comprehensive trip report about our adventures there that culminated in fabulous trips out to see the Indian Blue Whales that pass by the Southern tip as they migrate from the Arabian Sea to the Bay of Bengal. Photo: Indian Blue Whale by Stuart Thomas.

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