SCAR is committed to supporting wildlife conservationists and individuals who have a passion for small wild cat and small mammal conservation. We are also strong believers in collaboration and supporting one another towards the common goal of protecting Sri Lanka’s lesser-known species and habitats.
We are looking for dedicated individuals passionate about protecting Sri Lanka’s lesser known species.
We take on individuals who are studying and looking to work in the wildlife conservation and environmental fields.
We are looking for dedicated individuals who will like to help us protect Sri Lanka’s small wild cats, small mammals, and their habitats, through a range of different activities.
Please note that we are not taking on non-residents at this time.
Report a Sighting
Did you know, that recording small wild cat sightings or presence can help us conserve them? Participate in our citizen science program and work with us to understand the distribution of small wild cats in Sri Lanka.
All you have to do is get on to our online form, upload your photograph (it could be a small wild cat you saw on safari, outside your house, or even roadkill), mark your location, add some additional information (your name and contact details in case we need to get more information) and submit. It is that simple.