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James Stevenson
James Stevenson Campaign leader

In order to live in the wild, tigers need water to drink, animals to hunt, and vegetation in which to hide. As the mountains, jungles,…Read More

Tigers in Crisis News – Promoting the Plight of Endangered Tigers and the Efforts to Save Them

TIGER NEWS for FEBRUARY 2014 FEATURED Federal wildlife officials Friday proposed Endangered Species Act protections for the wolverine in the Lower 48 states. FROM AROUND THE WEB 11.22.13: USFWS Releases List of Candidates for ESA  The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released the Candidate Notice of Review, a yearly appraisal of plants …Read More

Tiger hunting is big money, It’s rarely poor locals that are poaching tigers its organized gangs. Tigers are part of a massive wildlife…Read More

Illegal Tiger Trade: Why Tigers Are Walking Gold

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Talking Tigers: Part 2 of a 12-part series In December 2013 at the Tadoba Tiger Reserve in India, we finally got the word: Three confiscated steel-jawed poacher’s traps would be brought to the Forest Department office at one o’clock, and we’d been granted permission to film them. We grabbed our equipment and jumped in the car. The rutted,…Read More

This is an episode of a nature documentary that raises awareness and gives facts about tiger preservation.

Broken Tail: A Tiger’s Last Journey ~ Tigers at the Tipping Point | Nature | PBS

Tigers are the largest of the big cats, the most popular, and the most at-risk for extinction. Over the past 100 years, tiger populations have seen a decrease of around 95%. While exact counts are difficult to make, it has been widely accepted that perhaps as few as 3,200 tigers are currently in the wild. Even India, often regarded as the nation…Read More

Snares are set by poachers hunting food or targeting tigers for their skins and body parts that are sold on the illegal wildlife market.…Read More

The Snare Rescue Story of a Sumatran Tiger Cub

Told by Panthera’s Media Director, Steve Winter As Panthera's Media Director and a photographer for National Geographic, I have travelled across Asia and witnessed the widespread impact of wire snares on tigers. While on location for NatGeo on the island of Sumatra, I witnessed and was able to photograph the harrowing rescue of a snared tiger cub…Read More
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