Projects to protect wildlife and conserve habitats all over Sri Lanka
Since its inception in 2009, Biodiversity Education And Research (BEAR) has worked on projects to protect wildlife and conserve habitats all over Sri Lanka.
The BEAR team take pride in performing in-depth research on very diverse and less studied species such as spiders, whales and bats plus are responsible for numerous publications.
By maintaining essential ecosystems, protecting natural areas and providing communities with adequate education to understand and make a living from, yet live harmoniously in a sustainable manner with the environment is what BEAR strives to achieve.
To Advance the Cause of Conservation & Science through original Field Research, First Hand experimentation & inferences and to utilize same to enhance Education & awareness for conservation..
A society that fully understands the value of conserving nature; where people and the environment flourish together.