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
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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.
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.
When we wrote our last report in September we’d hoped that things would have changed significantly in respect of COVID19 by Christmas, but sadly it looks like the threats which have blighted 2020 are here to stay for the foreseeable future anyway. Like the rest of the world we’ve spent most of the year adapting…