Here you can find some of my videos intended for Social Media. Most of the footage used here was filmed during an arduous five-year span from 2014-2019, in various locations throughout the country. If you wish to watch more of these short-form videos, subscribe to our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/NeoTRP
OWLS OF SRI LANKA
Sri Lanka has 11 resident species of owls, including two endemics: the Serendib Scops Owl and the Chestnut-backed Owlet. The rest are common and uncommon resident breeders found in a variety of habitats throughout Sri Lanka.
WILPATTU NATIONAL PARK
Wilpattu National Park, also known as the ‘Land of Lakes’ is the largest and oldest national park in Sri Lanka, declared a sanctuary in February 1938. It is about 131693 hectares in extent and is fast becoming one of the most popular wildlife destinations in Sri Lanka.
SRI LANKAN ELEPHANT
The Sri Lankan elephant is one of 3 subspecies of Asian Elephants and is the largest of the genus. Currently, in Sri Lanka, humans and elephants live together in 44% of the country’s land area, a prime setting for HEC (Human-Elephant Conflict).
SRI LANKAN LEOPARD
The Sri Lankan leopard (Panthera pardus kotiya) is a subspecies native to Sri Lanka, initially described back in 1956 by Sri Lankan zoologist P.E.P Deraniyagala.