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...
Jack Kinross here for WildTiger:
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.

You may have arrived at this site because you know
about the
LEOPARD REWILDING PROGRAM
(LRP) or perhaps it is because of The REMOTE
AREA AID (R2A) project where we mobilized
immediately after the devastating  earthquakes
here in Nepal.


Scroll down to find out more, link to our projects
and please check out
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help you understand in the hope you will be
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conservation increase.  This will be reflected in the
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well as our work on the ground.







Hemant Acharya (left) 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 the
Om Prasad Legacy
and he has been recognized nationally on several
occasions for his anti-poaching and other
conservation work.


Hemant is seen here with Ramesh Thapa, currently
Chief Warden of Bardia National Park. Ramesh's
anti-poaching work in Nepal is a huge reason why
wildlife icons such as the tiger still survive.  Ramesh
and Hemant work closely on anti-poaching strategy
in west Nepal.


WildTiger brings you news, profiles and stories from
the dynamic landscape that is Nepal, a nation
comprising vital habitat for the tiger, the leopard,
the snow leopard and much, much more...




Chiran Khadka has been a supporter of WildTiger
for many years 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.
















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
Leopard 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.

Bidhya Sharma is a young wildlife biologist in the
making and is currently undergoing fauna studies
within the context of
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.




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.

The COME BACK TO NEPAL campaign will
commence once there is clarification of which
trekking areas are deemed suitable since the
earthquake.

WildTiger pays tribute to our friend and supporter,
the late Ellen Ammerman pictured here with Som.

COME BACK TO NEPAL CAMPAIGN



COLLABORATION:  In the image is Dr Asis Gurung
with leopard cubs Tika and Ram during their
formative stages of rewilding after being orphaned
at just a few weeks old.

Asis is proving himself to be an expert handler and
is a fierce advocate of the concept of rewilding.

The
Leopard Rewilding Program (LRP) is a
collaboration of the National Trust for Nature
Conservation (NTNC), the Ministry of Forests and
Soil Conservation (through the Department of
National Parks and Wildlife Conservation) and
WildTiger Conservation Research and Development.


The LRP is a pilot project ongoing since the
rewilding of the leopard Asa and currently focused
on leopard cubs Tika and Ram.
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