AMUR TIGER

There are approximately 500 Amur tigers in the wild…

 

21ST CENTURY TIGER & ALTA JOIN FORCES

From January 1, 2018, we officially launch as WildCats Conservation Alliance. Thanks to the generosity of our partners Zoological Society of London & Dreamworld Wildlife Foundation we give 100% of donations received directly to conservation projects that protect wild tigers and Amur leopards.

 

SUMATRAN TIGER

There are an estimated 350 – 400 Sumatran tigers in the wild…

 

AMUR LEOPARD

There are fewer than 80 Amur leopards in the wild, it is the most endangered big cat on the planet...

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WildCats Conservation Alliance’s mission is to save wild tigers & Amur leopards for future generations by funding carefully chosen conservation projects.

There are fewer than 80 Amur leopards in the wild. This number has grown significantly in the last decade, thanks to conservation interventions. Sustained conservation efforts have also seen the wild tiger population grow to an estimated 4000 individuals, following years of decline.

We are working in Sumatra, Nepal, India, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Russia to ensure wild cats can continue to thrive in the wild.  Explore our projects, learn about tigers and leopards, get involved or explore our beautiful galleries.  

WildCats Conservation Alliance is a partnership between Zoological Society of London and Dreamworld Wildlife Foundation, based in Regent’s Park, London.  Thanks to the generosity of our partners we can continue to channel 100% of donations we receive directly to conservation projects that protect wild tigers and Amur leopards.