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PROTECTING WILD TIGERS

David Shepherd

Wildlife Foundation

DSWF is a small and effective wildlife conservation charity funding key projects in Africa and Asia working to save endangered wildlife. DSWF fights for greater legal protection of endangered species; funds international cross-border enforcement programmes; builds capacity of key law enforcement networks; supports undercover investigations into wildlife crime; campaigns to bring an end to the trade in the parts of endangered wildlife and equips and trains rangers to protect vulnerable wildlife populations from poachers.

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“Since seeing hundreds of dead animals around a waterhole poisoned by poachers I have vowed to fight for the survival of wildlife."

- David Shepherd CBE FRSA

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WE STOCK ONE OF THE LARGEST COLLECTIONS OF WORK BY LEADING WILDLIFE ARTISTS, INCLUDING RARE AND COLLECTABLE PRINTS. All sales support our wildlife conservation work.

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DSWF supports vital wildlife conservation projects across Africa and Asia that achieve real results for the survival of endangered species. We help rescue and return animals to the wild when found orphaned or in the hands of poachers; support research into human wildlife conflict to create long-term solutions; monitor key wildlife populations to better understand their needs and equip and train anti-poaching teams.

News

Scars and Stripes: Tracking the tigers of Thailand

24th February 2017

Not many of us get to share our work space with wild tigers but for Eric Ash of Freeland, the forests of Thailand and their tigers are part of his day job... Tigers are elusive, solitary, and wild. Outside of…

Not many of us get to share our work space with wild tigers but for Eric Ash of Freeland, the…

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Collaring Cami, Ekile and Lara

23rd February 2017

Three lions, now named Cami, Ekile and Lara, have been fitted with GPS collars as part of a DSWF funded programme to investigate and protect lion populations in two key wildlife areas in Uganda. The lions of Uganda, like lions across…

Three lions, now named Cami, Ekile and Lara, have been fitted with GPS collars as part of a DSWF funded…

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What is the animal on the Google home page?

14th February 2017

This week Google have been running a series of home page animations and games illustrating the eight different species of pangolin that can be found in Africa and Asia. It's great to have a major player like Google take up the…

This week Google have been running a series of home page animations and games illustrating the eight different species of pangolin…

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Click the images below to learn all about each of the endangered animals we are fighting to protect.