Wildlife Photography Tour to Yala National Park in October 12, 2019 with Prasanna Ambigaibagan
We Prasanna Ambigaibagan Nature & Wildlife Photography, organised our 14th wildlife photography tour of 2019 (37th Tour of PANWP) to Yala National Park on October 12, 2019 (Saturday).
Only 4 slots available now
Wildlife Photography Tour – Yala National Park of Sri Lanka (One Day Tour)
Tour Start from Colombo: 12.00 Midnight
Total Cost of the Tour – All Inclusive
1 Full Day Safari (from 6.00 Am to 6.00 Pm)
Smoking and consumption of alcohol is prohibited in our tour
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The Department of Wildlife Conservation (DWC) said it would impose new rules and regulations for visitors with the purpose of regulating whale and dolphin watching in Mirissa.
The official personal stated that the new laws and regulations would implement to safeguarded the whales and dolphins from the visitors. He further said that Department of Wildlife Conservation (DWC) taken this rule after receiving many complains that some visitors had caused impact on animals by going too much closer to them and this rule would be impact from the nest whale watching season of August 2016.
Here’s your chance to apply for a grant of GBP 5000 that could empower your work in animal welfare,
Otara Gunewardene states “As a World Animal Day Ambassador, I’ve been given the privilege of nominating three Sri Lankan animal welfare organizations that are committed to uplifting the wellbeing of animals, for a one-off grant of GBP 5000. This grant is offered by the Naturewatch Foundation in partnership with the World Animal Day Foundation.
Naturewatch Foundation members will vote for projects that they believe have the best potential to make a real difference in the lives of animals. The winners will be announced on World Animal Day, 4 October 2014
Send in your application today.”
- The grant is only available to non profit, non-governmental animal welfareorgamsations
- Our resources are limited to projects that will cost a maximum of GBP £5,000.
- Depending on the project, the grant may be paid in stages.
- We will not consider projects that involve the building and maintenance of rescue and rehoming facilities
- All submissions must prove that the project will have lasting positive impact upon the welfare of the animals
- Upon submission we may reguest clarification of the information provided by you in the application.
- You must submit the comprehensive application on or before the 15th of June 2014.
LOG ON TO THE LINK BELOW FOR THE APPLICATION www.bit.ly/WADGrant2014
Email soft copies of your entry on PDF format to email@example.com For more details Call on 077 7 686 817
The official website for Yala National Park was launched by the Department of Wildlife to coincide with the first-ever World Wildlife Day. The in-depth, one-stop info cum conservation catalyst on the cutting-edge of web technology was launched by the Minister of Wildlife Resources Conservation Gamini Vijith Vijayamuni Zoysa at a special event to mark the Wildlife Day.
Standing out is the website’s multi-faceted strategy of providing all what a visitor requires while preparing him to be a responsible tourist.
http://yalasrilanka.lk/ design approach brings in line with the world’s best websites in wildlife tourism, taking visitors through a fascinating journey that brings them up. Close and personal with the park while inspiring them to be ‘green’ tourists who’d be prepared for their adventure.
http://yalasrilanka.lk/ offers an inside-look at Sri Lanka’s most famous wildlife park with authentic facts and photography while also bringing service providers like hotels, safari jeeps, lodges into a well-planned nexus of facilitators.
The site is also linked to a special social media page that allows visitors to share their experiences and create a dialogue that promotes responsible tourism while highlighting problem areas which would bring the Wildlife Department to the equation.
http://yalasrilanka.lk/ is done in association with The 7th Frontier, a respected marcom agency already known for its internationally-acclaimed initiatives in wildlife tourism. “What we need is right partnerships that serve the country well and this is the first step in creating a wildlife portal that offers a single gateway to all of our parks”