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May 22, 2021

Aiding biodiversity conservation through weather condition monitoring

The Wildlife & Nature Protection Society (WNPS) partnered with Wildlife Conservation Society of Galle
(WCSG) in sponsoring a solar electrical system for the Station, which will be the main energy source for
all activities.

Apr 03, 2021

WNPS Yala Bungalow: Renovated and reopened

Re-live the magic of Yala at the Society Bungalow at Palatupana, now renovated with wheelchair access.
solar power, ceiling and pedestal fans and refrigeration.

Mar 31, 2021

Hemas to assist with Mangrove restoration

Hemas Consumer recently collaborated with the Wildlife & Nature Protection Society (WNPS) to restore the mangrove ecosystem at the Anawilundawa wetlands.

Mar 31, 2021

AN ELEPHANT DEAD ON EVERY DAY; EXTINCTION MAY NOT BE THAT FAR AWAY!

As reported in the media on the 25 th of March, the Secretary to the Ministry of Wildlife and Forest
Conservation announced that 83 wild elephants had been killed in as many days. As at the 29 th of March, and as per media reports, this number has now risen to 87. These are the number of carcasses that have been counted. Others may have crawled into the depths of the jungles to die, far away from the prying eyes of their tormentors.

Mar 23, 2021

WE DO NOT INHERIT THE EARTH FROM OUR ANCESTORS. WE BORROW IT FROM OUR CHILDREN

The WNPS Youth Wing invested a lot of time and effort into the “Stop Ecocide” mural which was presented as a statement by Sri Lanka’s youth for the Global Climate Action. The 70 x 20 work of art was the result of over a week of creative endeavor, by over 100 volunteers who were mostly the youth of Sri Lanka.