Adopt A Wild Tiger
And help ensure their survival - Just £20
A chance for you to become the proud foster parent of your very own
Wild Sumatran Tiger.
A Tiger like BUYUNG here photographed by remote camera living freely in his natural habitat on Way Kambas National Park, Sumatra.
Every penny of your donation goes directly to the tiger projects we are supporting and helps us secure a WILD future for WILD tigers.
Sumatran Tigers are the smallest sub-species, they are critically endangered with around 350 tigers left in the wild but for a minimum donation of £20 (Euro 30, $40 US ) you can help preserve not only their habitat, but their future.
See wild tigers in Bukit Tigapuluh National Park, Way Kamabs National Park & Senepis Buluhala Tiger Conservation Area Here
100% of money raised finances tiger monitoring, habitat preservation, community development, anti poaching patrols, park ranger training and the purchase of essential field equipment. (Activities managed under the Sumatran Tiger Conservation Programme, a collaborative conservation partnership with the Directorate General of Forest Protection and Nature Conservation (PHKA) of the Indonesian Department of Forestry.)
It is this field equipment - notably remote cameras that have provided us with these magnificent rare shots of these otherwise elusive wild, free animals going about their daily lives within Sumatra's National Parks.
Your generosity will entitle you to a certificate of adoption, complete with a photograph of your chosen tiger. Also, we promise to keep you informed of your tigers progress and update you on sightings and in recognition of your support will add your name to the roll of honor to be displayed in the park and on the website.