The main Objectives of the Society are: To study and research the ecology, zoology and habitat management of the tiger, as well human aspects of its conservation in Uttar Pradesh. To assist in giving concrete shape to the measures for conservation of tigers in forest areas adjoining human habitation.
The Tiger Corridor Protection Program focuses on the area which covers Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve (448 sq.km.) and Sanjay National Park (1938 sq.km.) and the vast forested blanket that lies besides them.
This sanctuary, established in 1992, is dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of all of the big cat species that have been abused, orphaned or abandoned. Many of these animals also come from circuses, in which they were required to perform.
Tigers are highly endangered across their range – vulnerable to an incredible array of threats. Adopting a tiger helps us protect rescued and wild tigers against cruelty and exploitation and supports anti-poaching initiatives and patrols.
CAT was created in 1995 to conserve the world’s 36 species of wild cat. We play a leading role in advancing conservation of the big cats – tiger, lion, snow leopard, cheetah, leopard, jaguar and puma – as well as the rare and little known small cats.
CITES is an international governance network employing tools and measures which adapt and become more efficient with time. One measure specifically aimed at protecting the tiger is visible in the network’s efforts to ban the trade of tigers or tiger derivatives.
Worldwide, only $5 million per year is injected to save one the most magnificent animals on the planet.To assist, Dreamworld developed a charitable company the Dreamworld Wildlife Foundation to raise money for projects that help save tigers in the wild.
Earth Law Center educates and advocates for laws and policies that recognize and promote the inherent rights of nature to exist, thrive and evolve. Envision a future where the inherent rights of nature are respected and implemented globally.