Thailand's Tiger Conservation Is Working. The Efforts Must Continue.

  • by: Care2 Team
  • recipient: Thailand's Department of National Parks

In the heart of Thailand's wilderness, a silent yet profound victory is being celebrated: the discovery of a mother tiger and her cubs in Salak Phra wildlife sanctuary, where cubs had never been spotted before. This along with other recent sightings, marks a hopeful turn in tiger conservation. This remarkable rise, up from just 46 tigers in 2007, is a testament to Thailand's steadfast dedication to conservation. Yet, this journey is far from over.

Sign the petition to urge the Thai government and the Department of National Parks to continue their vital conservation efforts! 

The sightings captured by hidden cameras in wildlife sanctuaries reveal a significant increase in tiger numbers, from 100 to 120 within a year. Strong patrolling against poaching and initiatives to replenish prey populations have been crucial to this success. However, challenges like human encroachment, forest fires, and the climate crisis remain significant threats.

As we applaud the increase in tiger numbers, we call upon Thai authorities to intensify their conservation efforts. Continued investment in anti-poaching measures, habitat preservation, and strategies to mitigate climate change impacts is crucial.

Sign this petition to support Thailand's ongoing commitment to tiger conservation. Let's unite to protect these majestic creatures, ensuring their survival and prosperity for future generations!

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