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  1. Sri Lanka Blue Magpie (Urocissa ornata)This large beautiful bird cannot be mistaken for any other Sri Lankan species. Mainly bright blue with red bill, and eye-ring and legs; chestnut head and neck; long graduated blue tail with black and then white tip. Sexes alike. It inhabits the forests of the hills and wet-zone foot-hills. A scarce bird seen in small family parties up to six or seven, but pairs and solitary individuals are sometimes observed.
  2. Sri Lanka Scaly Thrush (Zoothera imbricate) A rare shy forest loving ground thrush with olive brown above with rufous buff underparts. The scaly pattern all over the body and a larger and longer bill with its chunky appearance make identification easy. It is confined to lower hills and higher elevations. Spends most of its time on the ground turning over the dead leaves looking for insect food.
  3. I have been a birder since my childhood and been actively involved in bird conservation and studies since my enrolment as a member of the Young Zoologists Association. I am a member of the Ceylon Bird Club and Field Ornithology Group of Sri Lanka


    Apart from birding i have my own travel company which is focusing on ECO and wildlife tourism. I would like to meet people with the same interests and show them and explore the country with them.

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  4. This is my favourite bird in Sri lanka. seen in last year at Sinaharaja Rain Forest. very rare to find and love to see again and again.
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