The Year of the Tiger

January 31, 2022

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Photo Credit: ©Sachin Rai Photography

WCS Statement

Tigers Are Beating the Odds Against Extinction

“As the world’s eyes turn to the tiger," says Dale Miquelle, WCS Tiger Program coordinator and director of WCS’s Russia Program, "there’s reason to be hopeful that this magnificent predator is beating the odds against extinction."

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In the Media

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Photo Credit: Cristian Samper © WCS

A shared vision for the future of the iconic cat

By WCS, WWF, IUCN, Panthera, FFI, and TRAFFIC for Mongabay

Saving tigers will make Asia and the whole world a better and healthier and safer place for us all to live, the authors write. And to that, we will commit our resources, our energy, and our collective will.

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Why the tiger’s return holds hope for humanity

By The New Statesman

Efforts to protect the solitary predators show conservationists how much they can achieve by working together. “If we save tigers, we can save ourselves,” says WCS's Dale Miquelle.

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Photo Credit: ©Sue Chin

Securing a Viable Future for Tigers

Since the last Year of the Tiger in 2010, six conservation organizations have come together to embrace a proven recipe for recovery of tigers across their historical range.

Instagram Takeover

For The Year of the Tiger, we're sharing some great tiger shots from photographer Sachin Rai. Visit our page for more and be sure to give Sachin a follow.


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