WILDLIFE CONSERVATION & PHILOSOPHY
About Wild Stripes Foundation
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Wild Stripes Foundation is a young non-profit organization based in the Netherlands that wants to contribute to wildlife conservation, particularly of big cats like the tiger in India. The picture shown here on the left is taken in Bandhavgarh National Park by wildlife photographer and conservationist Michael Vickers.

We focus on the man-animal relationship in and around vulnerable natural habitats, by informing putative tourists about sustainable tourism and writing about environmental philosophy and sociology.

 

The members of Wild Stripes Foundation have a background in biology, sociology and philosophy of science. For an introductory section on the mission and vision of our foundation, please go to 'philosophy'.

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Wild Stripes Info
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Wild Stripes Foundation (KvK 34265074)

Ruisdaestraat 60

6521 LG, Nijmegen

THE NETHERLANDS

info@wildstripes.org

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Wild Stripes Info

  • KvK Amsterdam 34265074
  • Address: Wild Stripes Foundation Ruisdaelstraat 60, 6521 LG Nijmegen, The Netherlands
  • Email: info@wildstripes.org

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Contribute

Please contribute to wildlife conservation. Wild Stripes Foundation does not take donations, but you can support us in different ways. If you want to make a direct contribution to anti-poaching operations in India, please check out the Wildlife Protection Society of India, run by Belinda Wright. For other possibilities, click here.wsf logo