Help us double wild tiger numbers – we need you!

could help set up a
forensic and biological expertise centre
in Khabarovsky-Krai
could help set up
human-tiger conflict response teams
could help provide
better protection of Bikin National Park
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Tiger numbers have fallen by more than 95% in the last century. There are around 430 Amur tigers left in the wild in Russia.

WWF are helping to protect tigers, in the Amur Heilong area of Russia, from threats such as poaching and habitat loss.

But we can’t do it alone; our many successes are only possible thanks to the generosity of our supporters. Please help us by donating today. Tigers like these in Russia are threatened by poaching and loss of their natural habitat.

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