Right now our focus is on providing permanent water for the wild animals to mitigate the impact of drought and reduce the risk of human-wildlife conflict.
Your donation can be the difference between life and death for a wild tiger, as it helps to increase our patrolling when it is most needed.
Many think that poaching is the biggest threat to wild tigers, but the destruction of its natural habitat, worsened by climate change is the most significant.
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.