When we provide education packs for children living with tigers we reduce habitat destruction risks AND provide opportunities to become future tiger protectors.
Right now, thanks to your continued support and with tripled patrols, we’re covering an extra 1000 km (624 miles) per month of wild tiger territory.
With your help, we can raise enough money to start work on another waterhole which will benefit another 10 wild tigers including cubs too.
Right now, thanks to your continued support and with triple patrols, we’re covering an extra 1000 km (624 miles) per month of wild tiger territory
As a leader in forest conservation in Bandhavgarh, northeast India, Tigers4Ever is supporting #CallToEarthDay by encouraging you to plant a native tree or shrub
This support throughout these challenging times has enabled us to protect an extra 1000 km (624 miles) of wild tiger territory per month, thank you.
We were ready to start work on our latest wildlife waterhole for tigers and other wildlife displaced forest fires-The weather and COVID had other ideas though.
If you only read one thing today make sure it’s our latest report on the work being done by our Anti-Poaching Patrols to keep wild Tigers safe
In February 2021, we hoped that the schools around Bandhavgarh which had remained closed since March 2020 would reopen in April 2021. Our hope faded as March 2021 progressed and hundreds of thousands of new COVID cases were reported across India each day. Once again Bandhavgarh was in total lockdown, and there was no hope…
Can I start this project update newsletter by thanking every single one of you for your amazing support over the last year; we’ve all been impacted in one way or another by COVID19 but you have helped us to undertake double patrolling when it was most needed, despite your own personal pressures. In this time,…
Your response was amazing and thanks to your generosity we have been able to purchase replacement solar panels and complete essential repairs at both sites. We’re delighted to say, both pumps are functioning well and six waterholes are now filled once more.
The Risk of Retaliatory Poisoning and Poaching is High
In the short term, more permanent wildlife waterholes are essential to prevent the inevitable tiger-tiger and human-animal conflict, which will arise due to the animals being displaced by the fires, from leading to more tiger deaths. We plan to start work within two weeks on installing a solar powered bore-well pump system at a large waterhole, which is currently being filled by water tankers, and is used by at least 42 elephants and 8 wild tigers plus countless other animals which have been displaced by the fires.