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Learn more about these fascinating animals by browsing our website (use the drop-down menus above) and visiting your local AZA-accredited zoo.
Also be sure to check out our video and share it with your friends! Tell your family, tell a friend, and show your community how much you care about wild tigers. Like the Tiger Conservation Campaign on Facebook and share it with your friends! How did you spread the word about tiger conservation? What actions did you take today to help wild tigers? Tell us on Facebook!
Many products you use in your daily life may impact tiger habitats. By making informed shopping choices, you can reduce demand for products that drive habitat loss.
Demand for palm oil - found in many common cleaning and bath products, cosmetics, and foods - threatens tiger habitats in countries such as Indonesia and Malaysia. In order to grow the palm trees that produce the oil, vast tracks of native forests that support tigers, their prey, and other endangered species are destroyed. You can help tigers, and many other species, by supporting companies that pledge to use sustainably harvested palm oil.
How can you tell if the products you’re buying are palm oil friendly? Learn more and download a shopping app today!
For more information about palm oil and tigers, click here.
Palm oil & Tigers: Learn what you can do
In addition to products containing palm oil, many products such as printer/copy paper, toilet paper, furniture, houses, and more, are made from wood from large trees. Sadly, many of the trees in Asia’s forests are currently being removed faster than they can re-grow, resulting in deforestation. Deforestation leads to habitat loss for wild animals, such as tigers and their prey. Since it is unrealistic to completely stop the removal of trees from forests for human use, rewarding countries and companies that practice responsible forest management may be the best solution to reduce deforestation and minimize impacts on tigers. You can help by buying paper and wood products that have Forest Stewardship Council certification. Also look for paper products, including toilet paper, with a high percentage of post-consumer recycled content. Some items, such as furniture, you can also buy used.
You can support wild tiger conservation through donations and fundraising efforts.
Not ready to donate today? Here are some ideas for fundraising that may work for you!
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