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This Home Page (replacing our previous site) was published in response to the ongoing crisis caused
by the recent ear
thquakes here in Nepal.  The WildTiger site will be updated in early September.
Jack Kinross here for:
WildTiger Conservation Research and Development

UPDATE 25/08/15
Many thanks to those who supported our work during the
earthquake crisis since the first quake on 25 April, four
months ago. The initial relief efforts in collaboration with
several organizations and groups have been replaced with
emphasis on long term help.  You can go direct to my blog
Here and my Facebook page Here where I update as
much as possible.  Below  is information on some the core
team I am using for our projects in Nepal, this will be
updated further when the site is republished in early

The REMOTE AREA AID (R2A) page is currently published
HERE. Information on our other projects is currently
available from the menu top right.

The earthquakes  created huge upheaval in many facets of
life here in Nepal.  Our updated site in early September will
reflect the direction we have taken during this challenging
period here.

Chiran Khadka has been a supporter of WildTiger for
manyyears and now joins us in an organizational capacity to
help with issues caused by the earthquake crisis.
Chiran is using his all round skills to currently supervise the
building of a school and community support in the Simjung
area of Gorkha district very close to the epicentre of the
first quake.

Bidhya Sharma is a young wildlife biologist in the making
and is currently undergoing fauna studies within the context
Project Mountain Tiger as well as research for the
Leopard Rewilding Program.
While she may be the youngest in our core team her
enthusiasm and energy are great assets for WildTiger.
Bidhya has a passion for wild cats and a genuine concern
for the conservation of these species in Nepal.

Bindu Adhikari is a vet student whose aim is to specialize
in wildlife treatment and research.  Bindu played an integral
part in the initial monitoring of Asa, the first cub in the

Rewilding Program.  WildTiger sees a bright future
for Bindu in the formation of Rescue and Rewilding facilities
here in Nepal.  Like many of the team Bindu's passion is big
cats but she has already shown a lot of versatility in her
practical work.  Bindu is currently assisting in the rewilding
of two new leopard cubs, Tika and Ram.

Som G.C. is an internationally recognized birding guide who
has assisted WildTiger on various projects since late 2010.  
His passion for and knowledge of avian species throughout
South Asia is without peer. Som is to play an integral part in
our COME BACK TO NEPAL campaign in which his birding
and wildlife skills can help present the incredible biodiversity
in this country.
Som has shown commendable commitment over the years
in the monitoring of the illegal trade in birds and other
Som can be contacted at: ibisbill@aol.com
The COME BACK TO NEPAL campaign will commence once
there is clarification of which trekking areas are deemed
suitable since the earthquake.

Hemant Acharya is based in west Nepal at Bardia National
Park where he is the leader of the Community Based
Anti-Poaching team.  Hemant's background is described in
Om Prasad Legacy and he has been recognized
nationally on several occasions for his anti-poaching and
other conservation work. Hemant is
about to take on a new
role as Community Based Anti-Poaching Training Officer.
More on this position when it becomes official in September.

Cecile Michiardi  is coordinating photo exhibitions
throughout Europe and North Africa, an important part of
our funding and awareness programs.  Cecile can be
reached at her base in Grenoble, France at   
We'll have more on the Exhibitions on this site soon but
contact Cecile if you'd like to be involved.
Cecile and Tariq Jabrane (Morocco) are also busy with the
construction of our new online format which will be crucial to
our work on the ground.
To contribute to our
conservation and relief
work click on Asa, the
Leopard of Hope below.  
You can decide your
contribution or choose a
high class image from
just $5.
This page will be updated according to developments.
With Asa, the first
leopard in the
By clicking on Asa's
image you can subscribe
to WildTiger, visit and/or
help us here on the
ground as well as take
the opportunity to
purchase images to help
our work.
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...