Rajakumari’s movement was instantaneous. A serendipitous moment had presented itself. The bear hardly knew she was there before she had grasped onto him
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.
What’s more, new monthly donations will get a 100% match in bonus funds in month 4, to add to the bonus funds allocated on Giving Tuesday
As a leader in forest conservation in Bandhavgarh, northeast India, Tigers4Ever is supporting #CallToEarthDay by encouraging you to plant a native tree or shrub
Sadly, not all the dangers faced by young tiger cubs come from their natural surroundings. Humans present the greatest dangers that they will face as they grow
A Legacy is the richness of an individual’s life including their impact and achievements. An accomplishment not a chore, please make your legacy for wild Tigers
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.
Rajakumari must move her young cubs to keep them safe
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.
A world without tigers isn’t an option. Our focus is ensuring that wild tigers are more valuable alive because they maintain ecological balance .
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,…