Global Tiger Day – 29th July 2016


Global Tiger Day was established in 2010 at the St Petersburg Tiger Summit when tiger range countries declared their aim to double wild tiger numbers by 2022.

This day is an opportunity to raise funds for wild tigers with 21st Century Tiger and to build awareness of the issues effecting their survival.

This ambitious plan has galvanised actions across Asia, where the Global Tiger Recovery Programme is being put into force. The threats to wild tigers are enormous. Human population pressure, habitat destruction, illegal demand for tiger parts, poaching and disease.  Positive actions from all sides; conservation organisations, governments, zoos and members of the public are working together to safeguard wild tigers for the future.  Reports in 2016 suggest that wild tiger populations are increasing in both Russia and India thanks to collaborative efforts from these groups.


Each of these posters are print-ready for up to A1 size and available in larger sizes upon request. Click to view and download.



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Download and print our simple leaflet for two A5 leaflets (cutting required)



Tiger Stripes – facts and activity

Take a look at our printable “Match the stripes” activity

More information can be found in this 21st Century Tiger Press Release.

If you require a permanent poster about 21st Century Tiger, you can download one from here.

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