In the last 17 years, over 550 wild tigers have been killed by poachers, in India. Poachers prefer to use wire snare traps tethered to live electricity cables which result in tigers being both snared and electrocuted. In Bandhavgarh, wire snare traps were responsible for the deaths of 22 tigers between March 2012 -
In India, around 95% of all wild tiger deaths from poaching or poisoning occur in the buffer forests which surround the otherwise protected tiger reserves.
Since the launch of our Buffer Zone Anti-
Our first of its kind Buffer Zone Anti-
We need to raise at least £720 (US$1025) every month to fund this vital wild tiger conservation work so we need your help. Please help us to keep our anti-
If you’d like to make a regular donation via Standing Order/Bank Transfer from your bank account please email us at: Contactus@Tigers4Ever.org for a standing order mandate/Bank Details (UK only). Thank you.
PLEASE HELP TIGERS4EVER TO KEEP VITAL POACHING PATROLS IN THE BUFFER FORESTS OF BANDHAVGARH
Above from left to right examples of the types of traps typically used by poachers to ensnare large mammals including big cats/tigers (Images 1-
OUR AIM: To prevent wild tiger deaths due to poaching or poisoning.
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