More than just Water

Three months has seemingly flown by, for the team in the UK at least. Like the rest of the world our biggest daily challenge is the ever advancing impact of COVID19. We feel well practiced now in that we’ve had six months to adapt but we know that it’s not the same everywhere and we’re…

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Water For Tiger Protectors – It’s Safe to Drink

It’s Safe to Drink A little over three months ago we asked for your help as COVID-19 gripped the tiger community and the wild tigers which we fight hard to protect. We were at crisis point, when we discovered that patrollers who keep the wild tigers safe from poachers’ traps and snares were risking their…

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Why Tigers

During the build-up to International Tiger Day, on 29 July 2020, Tigers4Ever has been asking their supporters #WhyTigers? We want to find out why people across the globe share our passion for giving wild tigers a wild future and why conserving this iconic species is so important. Trustee, Lyndon Roberts, shares his thoughts. Why are…

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Global Tiger Day/International Tiger Day

Sinister Sisterhood – The Sinister Sisterhood – devious, deadly and dedicated – Elle’s dreams of domestic bliss are devastated by David’s deceiving dalliances. Abandoned and alone, she needs a new life-plan and it’s thrust upon her by her tiger-loving aunt in India. She must conserve the creatures and hunt the hunters. On Global Tiger Day…

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New Challenges and Opportunities

Education Helps to Save Wild Tigers – New Challenges and Opportunities Schooling with a Difference In the last four months, families all over the world have faced new challenges due to COVID19, Lockdown measures, home-schooling, etc. The list seems potentially endless. In rural India these challenges have had a devastating impact too: just imagine for one…

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Monsoon Rains & Testing Times

Anti-Poaching Patrol Project update Report July 2020 Tiger cubs in Tigers4Ever Waterhole Your donations have helped us accomplish an outstanding record of conservation. It’s been over 5 years since the last retaliatory poisoning of a tiger in Bandhavgarh, and more than 44 months since we last lost a tiger to a poaching incident. We’re extremely grateful for your…

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Water For Life

Affectionate moment between a Tigress & her cub This is possibly one of the hardest project update reports which I have had to write. Three months ago we were filled with optimism that we could raise sufficient funds to complete another major waterhole for wild tigers before the drought season took its toll and before…

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COVID19 Increases the Risks for Wild Tigers

Protect India’s wild tigers from the dangers exacerbated by COVID-19The onset of coronavirus has transformed life as we know it, intensifying pre-existing problems, and triggering a tidal wave of new challenges. Uncertainty has taken root in all of our lives, seeping into jobs, livelihoods and aspirations. It’s difficult to predict what the future holds, but…

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Cubs, Young Tigers and Patrollers

A Young Male Tiger in Bandhavgarh Firstly, can I start by thanking you all for your continued amazing support for the wild tigers and our work since our December 2019 project report. I am delighted to say that because of your help our patrollers have managed to keep Bandhavgarh’s wild tigers safe for another 2.5…

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It’s Almost Drought Season Again

Wow, it’s February already! It doesn’t seem five minutes since Christmas and New Year but if we’ve learnt one thing over the last ten years, it is that every day brings a new challenge in wild tiger conservation; and because of this time really does fly by. I can’t start this project report, without thanking…

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