Did you know? Fewer than 4,000 tigers remain in the wild. Of the nine tiger subspecies, three are now extinct (Javan, Caspian, and Bali) and the South China tiger is considered functionally extinct (not found in the wild) with around 100 individuals living in captivity around the world. On this Endangered Species Day, we challenge you to
do what you can to help protect these and other endangered species around the world!
A century ago there were an estimated 100,000 tigers in the wild. Now, fewer than 6,000 wild tigers remain. That's less than the population of Pittsboro, North Carolina. Does that number shock you? It should! Why are wild tigers disappearing? Habitat...
Cougars, also known as pumas, mountain lions, and panthers, are large carnivorous mammals that are native to the Americas.
It's 2023 and time to consider what the path your life is taking and your values. Here are some simple ways that you can stand against the exploitation of animals and protect wild cats in their natural habitats.
New Guinea singing dogs, also known as New Guinea highland wild dogs, are a rare and ancient breed of canid that is native to the highlands of New Guinea. These wild dogs are known for their unique vocalizations, which have earned them their name.
Rainforests are being cut and burned at an alarming rate to clear land for palm oil tree plantations.
Caracals, also known as desert lynx or African lynx, are medium-sized wild cats native to Africa and Asia. These animals have a distinctive appearance, with long, tufted ears and a short, beige-brown coat.
World Wildlife Day (March 3) is a day in which we celebrate the signature of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) in 1973.
In the world of conservation, women are playing an increasingly important role in protecting our planet's precious biodiversity. In particular, women are making significant contributions to tiger conservation efforts, which are essential for the survival of these magnificent big cats.
Kinkajous, also known as honey bears, are small mammals native to Central and South America. They belong to the family Procyonidae, which also includes raccoons and coatis. Kinkajous are known for their long, prehensile tails and their ability to rotate their ankles, allowing them to hang upside down from branches.