Please note our projects are all linked with regards to
conservation having a strong humanitarian factor.  Protecting
habitat is very much about protecting the wildlife and people
who reside there...
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WildTiger is a private sector organization dedicated to the philosophy that the protection of wildlife in natural
habitat is a fundamental responsibility to ensure the health of future generations.

WIldTiger Nepal: In Nepal the word "tiger' can mean any wild cat, maybe a leopard, maybe a
snow leopard.  To us here at WildTiger it also represents a way of living, a philosophy that we
take into our project work.

WildTiger is an evolving organization with an emphasis on community conservation with
regard to the relationship between people and the great cats of Asia.

Co-existing with wildlife is one of the great challenges of the 21st Century.  It is a dynamic
situation which requires dynamic thinking and implementation with the future of many
species depending on the right decisions being made.

Our attitudes and perceptions must keep pace and adapt continually with the issues
surrounding conservation and the complexities of the human - wildlife relationship.

WildTiger maintains the philosophy that compassion for both humans and wildlife holds
the key to effectively finding and implementing the solutions needed.
WildTiger in other places, doing other
things including earthquake relief work
and a whole lot MORE...

WildTiger is working in
collaboration with relevant
parties in western Nepal to help
combat increased poaching
activity in protected and
non-protected areas.

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