Tigers4Ever and Typical Tigers Announcement

Tigers4Ever and Typical Tigers
Time for Change – Tigers4Ever and Typical Tigers

Time for Change

Today, 10 March 2022, Tigers4Ever and Typical Tigers NFT have formally ended their partnership which was announced via this channel on 01 December 2021. Typical Tigers wanted the opportunity to work with a wider spectrum of organisations rather than focusing all their charitable efforts on giving wild tigers a wild future in conjunction with Tigers4Ever. With this in mind, discussions took place to enable the early termination of the partnership agreement with effect from 10 March 2022.

Making a Difference

Tigers4Ever would like to thank the team at Typical Tigers and their NFT Community who have helped to keep wild tigers safe from poachers via their initial donations. The latest donations from the Typical Tigers team will help us to complete work on our twelfth waterhole project to ensure that wild tigers and their prey have year-round access to water. This project is essential right now as natural water sources dry up and the risk of human-wildlife conflict increases as animals enter villages in search of water and food. Completing this project now was made possible by the Typical Tigers donations. https://tigers4ever.org/waterholes/

The Future for Wild Tigers

Tigers4Ever will continue to work with other current and new corporate partners to ensure that we can continue to protect wild tigers from poachers and poisoners: https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/saving-bandhavgarhs-wild-tigers/; and to deliver solutions to reduce both Tiger-Tiger and Human-Wildlife conflict as the wild tiger population increases. It is currently the Year of the Tiger and we hope this will be the year when we can launch our tree planting project too.

2022 is the Year of the Tiger
2022 is the Chinese Year of the Tiger

And finally

We would like to wish the team at Typical Tigers the best of luck with their future endeavors and thank them for helping Tigers4Ever to give wild tigers a wild future.

Wild tigress with 3 small tiger cubs walking towards the camera
Bandhavgarh Tigress with 3 young Cubs

Winter Patrolling


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