Author: Malaka Rodrigo

FOGKIDS: Let’s explore nature around us

Date: Sunday 22nd of November | Time: 10.30 – 11.30 am For the kids aged between 6 – 12 Please fill this form to get your kid registered for this session. COVID-19 නිසා අපේ දුවලා පුතාලා දැන් මාස කිහිපයක් තිස්සේ රූපවාහිනියට, දුරකතනයට එහෙම නැත්තන් පරිගණකයට කොටුවෙලා ඉන්නේ. ඒත්.. අපි ඒ තරම් අවධානය යොමු නොකරන Read More …

Birding during COVID-19

#GardenBirdwatch, #MigrantWatch, #COVID19 We are facing difficult time as the COVID-19 second wave engulfed Sri Lanka. While there is lockdown curfew for some, others are also required to stay at home for own safety, limiting the movements. Things would look pretty boring, specially for those who used to travel to wildernesses often for birding – but atleast Read More …

Avurudu Bird Count 2020

“ඔබ සැමට සුභ අලුත් අවුරුද්දක් වේවා..!! Avurudu is indeed a celebration of nature heralded by the song of the Koha (Asian Koel). This year, we are all lock down in our own places due to COVID-19 outbreak, but let’s use the opportunity to connect with nature through Avurudu Bird Count – a citizen science initiative Read More …

FOG-KIDS Day 2019

FOG-KIDS DAY 2019 will be held on 30th of March from 9.30- 12.00 noon at Department of Zoology, University of Colombo. Get your kids participate in this fun-filled event. Contact FOGSL office for more information.

Annual Birdwatchers’ Conference 2019

Annual Birdwatchers’ Conference 2019 will be held on 30th of March from 9.30- 11.00 am at Department of Zoology, University of Colombo. The theme this year is “Birders as Citizen Scientists in a Changing Landscape”. The Annual General Meeting – 2018 will be held afterward starting from 11.30am.

Monthly lecture – February

FOGSL monthly lecture of February will be held on Saturday 23rd February 2019. This will be conducted by Kasun Dayananda based on his research “Local Movements of Birds in a Modified Landscapes”. The lecture will be held at the Department of Zoology, the University of Colombo from 9.30am onwards. All are welcome.!!

Great Backyard Bird Count 2019

It is again time to pay attention to birds around us as global Great Backyard Bird Count(GBBC) is held on 15th – 18th of February Participating GBBC is very easy – just look for birds for at least 15 minutes and upload your list to eBird. Repeat as often as possible during the four Read More …