Tiger Awareness work in India

Posted by | April 05, 2014 | Blog | No Comments

Tiger is critically endangered, rx there are approx 1000-1200 left in India.

We have supported work in India for many years at ground level, we are a hands on organisation. We have supported work in Bandhavgarh – man animal conflict, supporting forest staff with equipment. Ranthambhore – supported forest staff with equipment, also computer education in a village on the periphery of park. We are supporting nature education in Dudhwa and we have been working with Saving Tiger Society for three years, we have recently built a nature/art education institute in Sundarbans, with over 150 children involved, also recently, we have also supported forest staff in Sundarbans. We believe it is critical to work with local communities via education and awareness to help reduce conflict and benefits of conserving habitat and wildlife.

Please help by texting TIGE01 and an amount to 70070 (UK ONLY) OR DONATE ONLINE