KEY PROJECTS 

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The Leopard Project

The origin of the leopard on the subcontinent of India is unknown but it is believed that it migrated ...

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Forest Connections

The 20% wilderness that is left is therefore patchy with approximately 12-15% of it under state protection ...

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Education & Awareness

This project is a vital component of the Trust’s work. If wilderness & wildlife are to be ...

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Patch Forest Project

Forest fragmentation can have adverse effects on species richness and population size.

 
 

ABOUT US

The Wilderness and Wildlife Conservation Trust (WWCT), founded in 2004, works toward the conservation and protection of the many species that call Sri Lanka home.  Focusing primarily on the Sri Lankan leopard, the WWCT conducts ecological research in multiple locations across the island to establish key data relevant to the importance of the leopard and the influence this species has on its environment.  In direct relation to its conservation, the WWCT also focuses on raising awareness through education in relevant organizations, communities, and schools to help maintain a peaceful human-leopard dynamic and to preserve the habitat in which the leopard, and other biodiversity, can thrive.

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CONTACT US

Postal Address

No.130,

Reid Avenue,

Colombo 04
Hotline +94(0)773544382


Email: info@wwct.org

 

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OPENING HOURS:

 

Mon - Fri: 8am - 5pm

​​Saturday: 8am - 2pm

​Sunday: 8am - 10am

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