Journalism that propelled me into blogging

by Dushiyanthini Kanagasabapathipillai

My blog is a non-partisan site with diverse views. It is dedicated to the promotion of ethical journalism—a conscious decision on my part. It captures conflict, culture, events, nature, peace, people, tradition, and other subjects, in articles and photos. I travelled solo to the war zone to capture images—a first for a Tamil woman journalist in Sri Lanka.

Friday, October 28, 2005

Pinnawella Elephant Centre

"According to the official figures by the Department of Wildlife, annually an average of 120 elephants die, while 65 human beings are being killed by the elephants. There were 17,000- 18,000 elephants in Sri Lanka in the last century. Now there are only 4,500-5,000 elephants alive in Sri Lanka" says Mr.Jayantha Jeyewardene, Managing Trustee of the Biodiversity & Elephant Conservation Trust.

More Pictures from Pinnawella Elephant Centre