In many places the word “tiger” refers to any wild cat.  Our work takes place where apex and subordinate predators fulfil their vital ecological roles.  Innovative projects such as Ecosystem Reboot and LeopardEye are part of WildTiger operations within the three elements of coexistence strategy, rehabilitation and combating wildlife crime.

Many thanks to those who have followed and supported our work at WildTiger and through the Leopard Task Force at wildleopard.net (currently parked at this page).

We’re currently raising our capacity to deal with the serious challenges facing wildlife.  We’ll be back online in the second half of December with new collaborations and evolving strategies.  Keep checking this site and/or be notified at our popular Twitter site @WildTigerNews

Comment from WildTiger Coordinator Jack Kinross:

Wildlife is under siege.  Recent findings from our frontline work as well as information flow with organizations and agencies we collaborate with indicate a disturbing increase in illegal wildlife trade and retaliation killings (the two are linked) in human-wildlife conflict situations.

While our focus is on big cat conservation, particularly leopard (panthera pardus), WildTiger is essentially concerned with saving lives of wildlife and of the people living in highly affected areas.

Our online revamp will reflect our ongoing evolution and while we apologize for currently having pages down we are sure people understand the reasoning.  Once again our sincere thanks to those who support, you make a difference but we must continue and more strongly, the fight has got harder.

I want to thank those who have read my blogs and posts on various platforms these last few years.  In line with the changes we’re making I’m starting a new blog called “Fighting for the Leopard” which will based at this site and linked from others.

My regards to all, Jack.