If we do not respond to the plight of wild tigers, we will witness the loss of one of the world's most irreplaceable natural wonders of our lifetime. You can help >>
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Dear Friend of WWF,

As few as 3,200 tigers remain in the wild.

For more than a million years, this "King of the Jungle" reigned over a vast territory stretching from Turkey to Russia. Today, sadly, their habitat is disappearing--tigers occupy just seven percent of their historic range.

Moreover, three sub-species of tigers--Bali, Javan and Caspian--have gone extinct in the past 70 years; a fourth one, the South China tiger, has not been seen in the wild in a quarter of a century. Today's generations will never know the magnificence of these big cats.

Tragically, today's remaining six sub-species risk the same fate. Due to illegal wildlife trade, poaching, and human conflict, these beautiful cats could only be a memory if we do not take action to save them.

If we do not respond to the plight of wild tigers--and the needs of the people who share their home with tigers--we will witness the loss of one of the world's most irreplaceable natural wonders of our lifetime.

Current tiger range
Tiger population has decreased by about 95 percent since 1900 and its range has decreased by 93 percent.
That's why we're asking for your support. Your gift of just $16 a month could mean the difference between survival and extinction--not just for tigers--but also for endangered wildlife like pandas, rhinos, sea turtles and countless other species and their habitats around the world.

Will you help us continue to protect the future of nature? Donate now >>

When you make a monthly pledge to support WWF, your ongoing support enables us to respond to serious conservation threats affecting species, habitats, and communities around the world. From anti-poaching patrols for tigers to tracking devices for sea turtles, from expanding key protected forests to monitoring marine reserves, your generosity allows us to implement innovative solutions that meet the needs of both people and nature.

Please help support WWF's global conservation efforts >>

For nearly 50 years, we have been committed to achieving measurable progress toward conserving the world's great natural places. Today, we are continuing to confront the ongoing challenges faced by our planet and the many living creatures--like tigers--that depend on it. Please make your monthly gift today to help us continue our global conservation work.

Sincerely yours,
Two reusable tiger totes and an aluminum water bottle Terry Macko
Vice President, Membership


P.S. When you make a monthly donation of $16 or more to WWF, you'll receive these two free reusable tiger totes and an aluminum water bottle. It's our way of saying thanks for your generosity!


Header image R. Isotti, A. Cambone - Homo Ambiens/WWF-Canon; Tiger cub, top right © John S. Mitchell/WWF-Canon

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