Hosted by: WildAid
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3,200 tigers left in the wild
WildAid leads an International Tiger Coalition comprised of 42 environmental, zoological, and animal protection groups, calling for a permanent ban on the trade in tiger parts and products. To reduce demand for tiger products, we use our unique communications model with a primary focus on China. We collaborate across all sectors of Chinese society; working with government, business, media partners, and celebrities to encourage attiudinal and behavioral change to reduce demand for the highly endangered tiger.
In India, WildAid's field program focuses on Jim Corbett National Park, home to 10% of India's tigers. Our program combines field protection of tigers, securing migratory corridors for tigers and other species, and working with surrounding communities to reduce human-wildlife conflict, educate and encourage stewardship.
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