Part of the work to protect Amur tigers and leopards is to monitor specific populations so that we can understand their behaviours, habits and the prey density in their area. Armed with that knowledge we can then fund right conservation and protection measures.
Sadly, during the 2019 camera trapping season in Nezhino and the Northern Sectors of the Land of the Leopard National Park in the Russian Far East, 14 of camera traps were stolen and this is no longer unusual.
With Russian Tiger Day fast approaching, we need your help to raise the funds to buy new camera traps – every pound will make a difference:
Any contribution, large or small, is hugely welcome and, because of the unique way that we are funded*, we can guarantee that 100% of what you give will go directly towards this important appeal.
|Item||Unit cost||Cost for 14|
|Infrared camera trap||£132||£1,848|
|Camera trap protection box||£17||£238|
|Batteries (12 per trap)||£12||£168|
|Memory Cards (SD)||£7||£98|
*Thanks to the generosity of our partners the Zoological Society of London and Dreamworld Wildlife Foundation, we can channel 100% of donations we receive directly to the conservation projects that protect wild tigers and Amur leopards.