Collaborators and How You Can Help

Many thanks to all our individual and org supporters, scroll down the page to get an idea of how it all works otherwise simply email projects@wildtiger.org, we like to communicate on a direct basis with those who support and invest in what we do.

Become involved in what we do…

LeopardEye at work monitoring big cats.  Become a camera sponsor…

Children taking a class at Riverside View Park, Bardia National Park, Nepal.

The Living with Big Cats online site has been developed as a strategy guide  to healthy human and wildlife coexistence as well as helping give an understanding of some of our ground work.  We collaborate with a number of organizations, groups and individuals in Nepal and beyond.   Below are collaborators and supporters from field areas as well as national and international agencies.

On a national scale in Nepal, WildTiger collaborates with different departments under the Ministry of Forests and Environment and the connecting principle conservation organization in the country, the National Trust for Nature Conservation (NTNC).

A key collaborator and the entity in which the Rapid Response Team RRT exists is the Community Based Anti Poaching Unit (CBAPU) Bardia.

Constant communication is kept with the offices of Bardia and Banke national parks (Nepal) as well as a strengthening relationship with the Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary (India).  These particular relationships along with that with the NTNC – Bardia Conservation Project are vital for our work in western Nepal and northern India.

Private sector businesses helping us out in the Bardia region are listed in alphabetical order in their categories:

A special thanks to the Dakhal Family for their ongoing support as we establish a leopard rehab station which is progress towards the development of a leopard refuge facility.

Key Partners Involved In Logistics

Riverside View Park have become a strong supporting partner where an outdoor shelter/classroom is being built for the Early Learners classes.  Workshops and classes are currently being held in the dining/conference room and garden area.  Please refer the Early Learners Classes Page to understand more about who is supporting the children’s classes.

Samsara Safari Camp are a vital cog in support through backup internet and meeting facilities which are crucial for communications.  The team at Samsara are experienced naturalists and are often consulted on wildlife issues.

The Following Businesses  Are Supporters  Especially Regarding Accommodation and Transport As We Undergo Various Projects

Forest Hideaway

Rhino Lodge

Tiger Track Nepal

Wild Trak Adventure

Internationally WildTiger networks with with various agencies globally and at this stage we’d like to offer our special thanks to as well as strong recommendations about the work of the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) and the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW).

We also acknowledge the technical work of many with regard to the development of LeopardEye with a special thanks to Proschoice Australia.

 

Support What We Do

To understand more of what we do and lend your support in any way please contact us at projects@wildtiger.org

We favour personal contact and dialogue, that way we can discuss with you the best way you can be involved whether it be developing a partnership, making a financial contribution/investment, volunteering or assisting in some other way.

Please consider holding a special kind of photo exhibition – see below:

Our new format photo exhibition is up and running.  Based around images of Asa, the Leopard of Hope, the first big cat successfully rewilded in the Himalaya, WildTiger coordinator Jack Kinross will live stream into your venue and tell the story of what it was like to live with a leopard on a mountain.

Jack will accompany the story with stunning video as well as describing the challenges of big cat conservation.

Email projects@wildtiger.org to find out more about a concept which comes in at no cost to the exhibitor except their time and energy but will greatly help in our work to protect big cats.

Otherwise to contribute directly or buy photos, simply contact us.