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Conservation Research and Development

WIldTiger is  a private sector research and
development organization dedicated to the protection
of wildlife, habitat and the philosophy of community
conservation.                                
About WildTiger
You can link to our ongoing news summaries
as well as the WildTiger Journal at our
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@WildTigerNews
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Research - For more information
regarding our private client research service in
the Asian and Australasian regions please
contact:
research@wildtiger.org
NEWS AND INFORMATION
In Nepal to many people the word "tiger" can mean any of the wild cat
species.  Our work revolves around the tiger (Bagh), the common leopard
(chituwa) and the snow leopard (him chituwa) but is for the benefit of all
wildlife and the people who live in or near wildlife habitat...
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Thank you for your support and helping protect
the tiger, wildlife, habitat, people...
WildTiger is coordinated by
Jack Kinross.
Link to Jack's blog and
contact
HERE
Read about Asa, the
amazing young leopard  
and his role in the
Leopard
Rewilding Program (LRP)
which is aimed at
replenishing ecosystems by
putting predators back into
their natural environment.

The LRP is closely linked to
Project Mountain Tiger
which is a study of human
and wildlife sharing habitat
in the Himalaya.

You can also find out more
at the blog of
WildTiger Coordinator
Jack Kinross
HERE
THE OM PRASAD LEGACY is a support and action program that has developed into
a support system for conservationists in Nepal.

Originating from the jungles of western Nepal and inspired by a man who devoted
his life to his region until he met a tragic end in an encounter with the wildlife he
loved so much and did his best to protect.

Read more
HERE