Beyond the Stripes

Saving the wild tiger can help to protect thousands of species and create value for millions of people in Asia.

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Global Tiger Day is 29th July.

LATEST: Asia's snaring crisis a grave threat to wild tigers

29 July 2017 | Global Tiger Day

  On Global Tiger Day today, WWF is urging tiger-range governments to strengthen anti-poaching efforts and crack down on a ...

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LATEST: Asia's snaring crisis a grave threat to wild tigers

29 July 2017 | Global Tiger Day
We are racing against the clock to double the number of wild tigers by 2022.

Behind the Lens: Seeing Stripes in the Forests

23 September 2017 | Camera Trap

The field staff hike for a full day – sometimes more than a week – to retrieve traps from where ...

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Behind the Lens: Seeing Stripes in the Forests

23 September 2017 | Camera Trap
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Tigers in the Spotlight

07 August 2017 |

“This Global Tiger Day, help @DiscoveryComm and @WWF protect wild tigers at discovery.com/projectCAT #projectCAT” tweeted Leonardo DiCaprio. The actor is ...

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Tigers in the Spotlight

07 August 2017 |
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7th Global Tiger Day

04 August 2017 | Global Tiger Day

The world celebrates Global Tiger Day on July 29th to show our collective support for the magnificent yet endangered big ...

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7th Global Tiger Day

04 August 2017 | Global Tiger Day
Han Sakhan is a government official with an unwavering attitude towards protecting Phnom Prich Wildlife Sanctuary.

Standing Firm Against the Growing Pressures

29 June 2017 | Rangers

Han Sakhan is unwilling to leave the forests knowing poachers and loggers are out there, everyday. But his 3-year-son is ...

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Standing Firm Against the Growing Pressures

29 June 2017 | Rangers

Vladik: An Amur Tiger Returns to the Wild

19 May 2017 | Russia

An Amur tiger lost in the city of Vladivostok is rehabilitated, and finally freed in his new wild home in ...

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Vladik: An Amur Tiger Returns to the Wild

19 May 2017 | Russia
Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae), Indonesia.

In Rimbang Baling, Tiger Protectors are Guarding a World Heritage Site

27 April 2017 | Indonesia

The Tiger Protection Unit was patrolling Rimbang Baling Wildlife Reserve on a day like any other when Samsu, the unit’s ...

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In Rimbang Baling, Tiger Protectors are Guarding a World Heritage Site

27 April 2017 | Indonesia
#BeBoldforChange today as we celebrate the women who forward our tiger conservation work

These Women are Tiger Protectors

08 March 2017 | Wildlife Heroes

On International Women’s Day, we’re celebrating three women who dedicate their lives to protecting the world’s remaining wild tigers. In just ...

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These Women are Tiger Protectors

08 March 2017 | Wildlife Heroes
Transformation story of Liang from hunter to ranger

The Ranger With A Hunting Past

15 February 2017 | Rangers

Against the serenity of a village silenced by a mountainous landscape, the hunter poised to shoot. And the animal lunged.Feng ...

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The Ranger With A Hunting Past

15 February 2017 | Rangers

Press Releases

Nepal 3rd Survey

Nepal launches 3rd tiger survey in the transboundary Terai Arc Landscape

30 November 2017 | Nepal

Nepal begins to count tigers in their the transboundary border shared with India for the second time.

Nepal launches 3rd tiger survey in the transboundary Terai Arc Landscape

30 November 2017 | Nepal
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Save tigers save so much more

New WWF report unveils the unseen benefits of saving wild tigers

27 November 2017 |

Saving the wild tiger can help to protect thousands of species and create value for millions of people in Asia.

New WWF report unveils the unseen benefits of saving wild tigers

27 November 2017 |
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The tiger spotted us!

Tiger population doubles in Bhutan’s Royal Manas National Park

10 November 2017 | Bhutan

From only 10 tigers, wild population has increased to 22 tigers in Royal Manas National Park, meeting its commitment to ...

Tiger population doubles in Bhutan’s Royal Manas National Park

10 November 2017 | Bhutan
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Affordable technology to detect tigers

British and Dutch teams win Human Wildlife Conflict Tech Challenge

08 November 2017 | Human Tiger Conflict

Two winners were selected for the first international Human-Wildlife Conflict Tech Challenge initiated by WILDLABS and the World Wide Fund ...

British and Dutch teams win Human Wildlife Conflict Tech Challenge

08 November 2017 | Human Tiger Conflict
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Tiger products are sold in open markets in this part of Asia.

Top 10 Widely Traded Endangered Species in the Golden Triangle

01 November 2017 | Illegal Wildlife Trade

The tiger is one of the ‘most wanted’ species in the Golden Triangle; a border area where Thailand, Laos and ...

Top 10 Widely Traded Endangered Species in the Golden Triangle

01 November 2017 | Illegal Wildlife Trade
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Bringing tigers back to a historical range

Wild tigers to return to Kazakhstan 70 years after going extinct

08 September 2017 | Reintroduction

The Republic of Kazakhstan today announced plans to bring wild tigers back to their historical range in the Ili-Balkhash region, ...

Wild tigers to return to Kazakhstan 70 years after going extinct

08 September 2017 | Reintroduction
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