Thursday, 14 October 2010

WWF Save The Tiger

Right now, there are as few as 3,200 tigers left in the wild and that number is falling. Tiger habitat is being lost at an alarming rate and poaching has surged over recent months.

Thankfully, there’s still hope. Given protection, space to roam and sufficient prey, tiger numbers can increase rapidly. They can claw their way back from the brink. But, we need your help.

By Donating below are a few examples of where your money will go:
  • £10 could help put an anti-poaching patrol in the field for one day.
  • £20 could help train and care for a patrol's sniffer dog.
  • £40 could help buy a camera to identify and monitor individual tigers.
  • £60 could help plant nearly 2,000 tree seedlings and restore prime tiger habitat.
  • £100 could help equip a patrol with a comprehensive field kit for essential surveillance and anti-poaching operations.
 Click on the image below to start donating

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