Working alongside our partners, we are helping to conserve some of the largest remaining tiger populations and habitats on Earth.
Operating under some of the toughest conditions, these programmes find solutions to human-wildlife conflict and highlight the benefits of genuine co-existence. The projects improve livelihoods, maintain habitats and protect wild tigers.
It is hard, committed and long-term work, and we haven’t much time left. The good news is that we’re making progress. For example, in the last 10 years, tiger numbers have increased to a population of 500 across the Satpuda landscape in India.
There is hope. We are working globally to provide a unified, focused and co-ordinated programme for conservation initiatives in the wild to stop tiger poaching, put an end to the trade in tiger products, and ensure the survival of the species.
Born Free’s initiatives work in central India and Thailand to tackle the poaching crisis, safeguard tiger habitats, and find ways for communities and wildlife to live together peacefully in the remaining strongholds for wild tigers.
With your generous support we can increase our efforts, expand into new areas and work more widely to counter the causes of this crisis across Asia.
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Our goal is to safeguard wild tiger populations in central India and south east Asia while conserving their habitats and promoting co-existence. A world without wild tigers is unimaginable. And yet we’re moving dangerously close to this possibility.
Please help us protect tigers for future generations.
Help fund our vital work to ensure the survival of tigers in the wild.
Gopal lives at Born Free’s sanctuary for rescued tigers in Bannerghatta National Park. Your adoption will help fund Gopal’s lifetime care.