Tiger Network

Wildstripes Foundation believes that the NGO palette concerned with protection of large carnivores like tigers is too much scattered. Governments and NGO directors should seek for novel ways to support conservationists to work together to achieve well-defined targets.

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Links & Friends


Wildlife Protection Society of India (WPSI)

Focuses on the conservation of tigers, elephants, leopards and other wild species in India, through wildlife law enforcement to end poaching.


ShikraTiger Awareness

is a voluntary organisation based in Leicester, UK, and funds projects supporting people and tigers in India.


ShikraTigers in the Forest

Michael J Vickers is a wildlife conservationist and photographer who has a particular passion for tigers and travels regularly to India to photograph them in their natural environment.


ShikraWildlife Conservation Society

The Wildlife Conservation Society, founded in 1895, has the clear mission to save wildlife and wild places across the globe.


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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.

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