The Big Cat Sanctuary has recently donated £2,000 to our conservation partners, Wildcats Conservation Alliance.
This contribution will be to support Freeland for the project ‘Khao Laem Tiger Conservation’ in Thailand, the last strong hold of the Indochinese tiger. Freeland has been working with National Park to collect data on tiger and prey populations and gathering information on the current threats. 2023 will have expansions of GSM cameras to collect evidence of illegal activity in addition to expanding community outreach programmes.
WildCats is currently finalising seven grants to continue their support key projects across Asia. These projects, in sites that hold important Amur leopards and tiger populations, cover a range of activities from antipoaching and wildlife crime investigation to education programmes and conflict resolution.
We are proud to be supporting Wildcats Conservation Alliance with their incredible work across Asia. Their vital conservation initiatives help to secure the future for tigers as well as helping the local community who are impacted by the wildlife.