Trees For Tigers: India And Nepal


Trees for tigers help the world’s largest cat species evade extinction.



Tigers are the world’s largest cats. They are classified as endangered by the IUCN as they have lost 93% of their habitat in the past 100 years.

Thanks to your sensational support, we’re planting trees on India’s Eastern border as well as around the Chitwan National Park in Nepal to increase the available habitat for these georgeus predators.

Make sure these beautiful animals have someplace to live by planting trees for tigers!