TIGERS4EVER OCTOBER APPEAL

By: Martin Urch –Tigers4Ever Patron The wild tiger is in serious trouble. Tigers are under threat from increased poaching and their habitat is being intruded into due to human needs for resources and income. Unfortunately, conservation is viewed by governments as a luxury when national resources are stretched and under pressure. Within this context there…

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A Long Hard Winter Ahead

Firstly, I want to apologise for mentioning COVID19 again, I know that like many people you must have had your fill of this never-ending virus by now! In our defence, it is hard not to mention it, as we are well into the seventh month of peak poaching season (something which is normally from the…

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6 Months and Counting

For the last 6 months, we have faced an unprecedented increase in the risk of wild tigers being poached, as the world tries to find a new normal whilst COVID19 persists. The wild tiger community has been hit particularly hard due to the high proportion of workers who are daily wagers (literally, they only get…

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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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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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