Working with and supporting the local communities who live alongside wild tigers is essential to protecting the species and has always been central to the Tigers4Ever ethos. If humans and wild animals can’t live alongside each other in harmony, then the future for wild tigers will be very bleak indeed. Driven by this principle, our…
Tigers4Ever is delighted to announce the recent signing of a funding contract with the Olsen Animal Trust. The latter will provide Tigers4Ever with £10,000 to help with funding anti-poaching patrols and providing equipment to patrollers helping protect tigers in Bandhavgarh, India. The funding is already being put to immediate use with Tigers4Ever set to purchase…
Tethered snares can be fatal for patrollers too as they discharge thousands of volts of live electricity into the unsuspecting limb which touches them.
As the monsoon rains fall, patrolling conditions will become more treacherous as roads and tracks are flooded and venomous snakes become more active!
The new drill arrived bright and early and there was great optimism that this time the ground would be stable enough to support the borewell pump system
Without vital equipment, patrolling will cover shorter distances as the temperatures plummet: leaving wild tigers and their cubs vulnerable to poachers’ snares.
By providing education packs for kids living with wild tigers we reduce the risk of habitat destruction AND ensure that kids can become future tiger protectors
With more than 60 tiger cubs born since the start of the pandemic, we have many more wild tigers to keep safe now.
Our patrollers are on high alert at all times! We need to maintain triple patrolling especially in the festive period when poachers are notoriously active.
Permanent wildlife waterholes are essential to prevent future tiger-tiger and human-animal conflict, which arise from increased wild tiger numbers
With the strange monsoon and its impact on the rural community, our anti-poaching patrollers are on high alert as encroachment and poaching increase again.
For every £1400 (US$2000) we raise, we aim to send 450 children living with wild tigers to school. We try to distribute this equally across the 3 age groups.