The Ceylon Bird Club

Origin : The Ceylon Bird Club was founded in 1943 with seven members, including G. M. Henry and W.W.A. Phillips, two of Sri Lanka’s foremost ornitholo­gists. Ini­tially, its purpose was to share and record members’ observations.Read More ››

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