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Save Tigers, Save our Future. Support WWF-India
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Tigers, the pride of our country, are a symbol of strength. They belong in the jungle, not as jewellery in someone's neck, not as a carpet in somebody's house! It is our responsibility to make sure that this majestic cat does not go extinct because of our greed.
Every day that we don’t stand for a tiger, we allow it to be hunted and killed mercilessly.
Our future generations deserve to witness one of the most majestic animals on the planet.
We stand for the tiger, with the tiger, by the tiger. Do you?

  • Our survival depends on the tiger as only 3500 tigers are left, and it is time that we realise it.
  • 2,359 Tigers seized from 2000 to 2018 across 32 countries and territories globally
  • One of the primary causes of tiger population decline is poaching. On the black market, every part of the tiger, from its teeth to claws to bones to skin to meat, has a price.

Help Support WWF-India's Work

Super Sniffers

To fight illegal poaching, TRAFFIC, a strategic alliance of WWF and IUCN, launched India's first WILDLIFE SNIFFER DOG TRAINING PROGRAMME, under which dogs are trained to detect tiger skin and other body parts. This helps nab poachers and prevent further crime.

In the field, these dogs have adapted their sniffing skills to detect an array of additional wildlife parts and derivatives including tiger meat, tiger claws, tiger teeth and bones, etc.

One of the success stories is about Sniffer dog Nirman and his handlers Mr Raj Kishire Prajapati and Mr Ashok Kumar Gupta, who have assisted in solving 35 wildlife cases, of which, six were tiger-related cases. These cases led to the arrest of hunters and poachers as well as the recovery of poached tiger carcasses and tiger body parts. Nirman underwent a rigorous nine-month training programme in 2016 in Gwalior.

Support our sniffer dog training programme to help curb growing wildlife crimes against Tiger in our country and the same time help reduce the risk of a future pandemic.

Camera Traps

As one of its steps for tiger conservation, WWF India installs camera traps in forests and tiger reserves. These camera traps are important to study behavioural characteristics and movements of tigers and other species found in the region.

We need your support to install camera traps to save our beautiful animal tiger.

Your contribution will support WWF-India's fight against wildlife poaching and save a majestic species from a terrible fate.

Rs 2,000: Helps provide medical and veterinary care to super sniffers
Rs 6,000: Contributes towards 10 field kits (jackets, torch, forensic kit to provide infrastructural support to forest staff)
Rs 15,000: Camera trap
Rs 20,000: Mess charges for 1 sniffer dog for 1 year
Rs 35,000: German Shepard Pup (to combat wildlife crime)
Rs 45,000: Deep Search Metal detector (to detect traps/snares, wires and other metal devices set for poaching)

For us, you are the hero of wildlife and nature, and you mean the world to us; thus, your generous gift of value can make a tremendous difference to the wildlife.

Saving the tiger is better than honouring its memory. 

Team Details: Aakarsha Handa. Siddharth Kakani and Abhishek Roy are working for WWF-India and raising funds to save tigers. 

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