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Tiger Camera Trapping in Parsa National Park for the year 2016/17

Posted on Dec 21, 2017 in Blog, News | Comments Off on Tiger Camera Trapping in Parsa National Park for the year 2016/17

Tiger Camera Trapping in Parsa National Park for the year 2016/17

We are pleased to confirm we will be funding another year of tiger camera trapping with the ZSL Nepal team in 2018.  Read the latest blog from the field. “Tiger monitoring is crucial to guiding long-term tiger conservation strategy. In the first place, tiger monitoring allows you to see where tigers are and which habitats are most important. Repeated monitoring goes beyond this and lets you assess whether current tiger conservation activities are helping tigers, and so helps to improve your approach and adapt it to changing needs. To get the best understanding you need regular...

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Exciting change is coming – meet WildCats Conservation Alliance

Posted on Nov 9, 2017 in Blog, News | Comments Off on Exciting change is coming – meet WildCats Conservation Alliance

Exciting change is coming – meet WildCats Conservation Alliance

We are writing to share some exciting news that will come into effect from the 1st January 2018.  Amur Leopard and Tiger Alliance (ALTA) and 21st Century Tiger have joined forces to support wild tiger and Amur leopard conservation under a new name ‘WildCats Conservation Alliance’.  We will continue as a partnership between Zoological Society of London and Dreamworld Wildlife Foundation, based in Regent’s Park, London. This change is the result of a desire to streamline administration, resources and roles under one initiative. In turn, we can work more...

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 BLOG: Modern Tiger History for Global Tiger Day

Posted on Jul 11, 2017 in Blog, News | Comments Off on  BLOG: Modern Tiger History for Global Tiger Day

 BLOG: Modern Tiger History for Global Tiger Day

Amid the feel-good optimistic stories about the recent signs of growth in wild tiger populations, lies a sinister criminal element.  Those on the front line in Sumatra, have seen the threats facing wild tigers double in recent history.  Transnational Criminal Syndicates are channelling more money than ever into their exploits and we’ve seen the birth of the term ‘poach-to-order’.  The below is a blog straight from the field by Fauna & Flora Int, Tiger Protection Advisor, Debbie Martyr. The below is a straight and honest blog detailing the recent...

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Sponsored walk for wild tigers!

Posted on May 9, 2017 in Blog, News | Comments Off on Sponsored walk for wild tigers!

Sponsored walk for wild tigers!

The Walk 4 Wildlife around Richmond Park was sadly cancelled due to an issue beyond of the control of the organisers and so Esther from 21st Century Tiger is now taking part in the New Forest Walk on 29th October. Find out more here. Join 21st Century Tiger and Walk4Wildlife on a 20 mile sponsored walk for tigers around London’s famous Richmond Park and across Wimbledon Common on Sunday 10th September.  The walk begins towards the northeast corner of the park and continues around the perimeter, before crossing onto Wimbledon Common.  On the common, we make our way...

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When religion meets conservation

Posted on Mar 30, 2017 in Blog, News | Comments Off on When religion meets conservation

When religion meets conservation

In 2014 we shared the news that a significant fatwa (Islamic religious ruling) was issued by The Indonesian Council of Ulama (MUI), entitled ‘Protection Of Endangered Species To Maintain The Balanced Ecosystems’, or simply as MUI no.4 – 2014. This fatwa condemns all activities resulting in harm to wildlife.  Any such crime is considered haram, forbidden. The fatwa states that all living organisms, including endangered species such as tigers, “are created by Allah in order to maintain the balanced ecosystem and subjugated to the interests of sustainable human...

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Sentinels of tigers, and Mother Nature.

Posted on Nov 29, 2016 in Blog, News | Comments Off on Sentinels of tigers, and Mother Nature.

Sentinels of tigers, and Mother Nature.

Rewilding Yu By Tina Salleh Communications Officer, MYCAT Our launch of the Rewilding Yu reforestation project on Global Tiger Day, July 29th, was a surreal experience. We had planned this day – and even had nightmares about the all the things that could possibly go wrong – for so long, that it did not feel real to me until the guests started to arrive. Malaysia is one of a few countries where wild tigers have survived a century of unsustainable industrial revolution and decades of poaching.Remarkable in itself, yet their days are numbered. We realised that a new approach was needed...

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