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Rationale All species of turtles considered endangered use the beaches along the Bundala National Park as breeding grounds. Objectives Conserve turtles nesting in its own natural environment and to reasearch and collect data to provide a base for a comprehensive turtle conservation plan for Sri Lanka drawn up by the Dept. of Wildlife Conservation Study the raiding of nests by non human predators. Non-invasive monitoring of the nests to gather information on the conditions needed for successful nesting ground. To ascertain the area used by the adult turtles and their migrations off shore, by the use of radio tracking equipment. Benefits This is the first time the community is involved in natural conservation of turtle eggs, as compared to the efforts of artificial hatching of the eggs, which is contrary to the principles of conservation. The village youth will be employed and skills of scientific background will be imparted to them.
Sri lanka
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