Arriving Migrants Survey

Written by Praneeth Ratnayake

August 1, 2023

Dear Bird Enthusiasts,

Migratory birds have already started arriving in Sri Lanka for the 2023-2024 migratory season with the observation of Common Sandpiper in the 3rd week of July.
Therefore we expect other migrants to be arriving in the coming weeks. Hence it would be important to keep watch from late July for any records of arriving migratory birds.

We request you to kindly provide us with the details of any migratory bird (individuals or groups) that have been observed to either at arrivingmigrantssurvey2023@gmail.com or by filling out the Google Form https://forms.gle/6KzHURRcqYiM5VcU8

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