• Species Conservation

    The Elephant Transit Home in Udawalawe, in south eastern Sri Lanka is a place where orphaned baby elephants are rehabilitated prior to being released. Dilmah Conservation works with the ETH since 2009 as part of their Terrestrial Habitat & Species Conservation programme.

  • Species Conservation

    Conserving the gentle giants, Udawalawe National Park, south eastern Sri Lanka. Asian elephant conservation is part of the Terrestrial Habitat & Species Conservation programme of Dilmah Conservation since 2009.

  • Species Conservation

    A young tusker roaming the Udawalawe National Park, south eastern Sri Lanka. Elephant conservation is part of the Terrestrial Species and Habitat Conservation Programme of Dilmah.

  • Species Conservation

    Endemic fish species discovered in Dilmah Tea gardens during a 2011 IUCN assisted biodiversity survey are crafted at Mankada, the Merrill J. Fernando Centre for Arts and Crafts. The Centre plays an important role in replicating some of the sustainability efforts of Dilmah.

  • Species Conservation

    Original craft inspired by the endemic fauna of the Udawalawe National Park replicated at Mankada, the Merrill J. Fernando Centre for Arts and Crafts.

Species Conservation

Conservation Initiatives