All posts tagged: Tiger

Support WWF this World Tiger Day

International Tiger Day is held every year on the 29th of July to raise awareness for one of our most iconic yet critically endangered animals. Wild tiger populations have fallen by around 95% since the beginning of the 20th century with only an estimated 3,900 tigers remaining.  World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF)  is determined […]

Get ready for Spots and Stripes Day

The Big Cat Sanctuary in Kent is hosting a Spots and Stripes fundraising event live via Facebook this Friday 29th May in celebration of its 20th year. Cat-themed activities will be on offer throughout the day, with family-friendly games, quizzes, and competitions to win some amazing prizes, including overnight safari stays and Big Cat Encounters […]

Adopt with WWF this World Tiger Day

 World Tiger Day is celebrated every year across the world on the 29th of July to raise awareness for the conservation of these magnificent big cats. Wild tiger populations have declined by around 95% since the beginning of the 20th century with an estimated 3,900 tigers remaining. WWF is determined to help double the number of wild […]

ZSL gets ready for its annual big count

ZSL London Zoo cares for more than 700 different species of mammal, bird, reptile, fish and invertebrate, while sister site ZSL Whipsnade is home to over 3,500 animals and is the UK’s biggest zoo. At the start of every year, ZSL zookeepers take on the mammoth task of recording every animal for its annual stocktake, counting everything […]

First vet checks for rare tiger cubs

Whipsnade Zoo’s eight-week-old endangered tiger cubs Dmitri, Makari and Czar have just  received their first health checks – and keepers have released footage of the event. While seven-year-old tigress mum Naya and dad Botzman enjoyed breakfast in their den, the zoo’s team of vets were able to safely enter the tiger family’s main enclosure. Here […]

Tiger photo exhibition to raise awareness at Royal Albert Hall

A photography exhibition highlighting the plight of wild tigers will receive its world premiere at the Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday 18 September. ‘Eye on the Tiger’ will be the largest professional photographic exhibition of its subject ever commissioned and is presented by conservation charity Save Wild Tigers.  Acclaimed photographers from around the world – including the USA, UK, Germany, […]

Big Cat Sanctuary to open its doors

The Big Cat Sanctuary will be holding its annual Open Day event in July to support their welfare, breeding, conservation and education programmes. Set in the heart if the Kent countryside, The Big Cat Sanctuary is home to many speciess of cat including lions, tigers, jaguars, cheetahs and snow leopards and is usually closed to the […]

Paradise Wildlife say goodbye to Rocky

At nearly 20 years old Rocky was the oldest Amur tiger at Paradise Wildlife Park in Hertfordshire. Sadly, Rocky passed away on 11th January after being unwell for some weeks. The young Rocky arrived at Paradise when he was just a little cub, after his mother rejected him at birth weighing just 2lbs. Paradise Wildlife […]

World Tiger Day at Edinburgh Zoo

RZSS Edinburgh Zoo treated their tigers to spectacular globe-shaped enrichment as part of the zoo’s World Tiger Day celebrations this week. World Tiger Day is held globally on the 29th July to help highlight the plight of tigers in the wild and raises awareness of the vital conservation work being carried out to save them. […]

Stay overnight with tigers in Kent

Port Lympne Reserve in Kent are offering guests the experience of a lifetime as they open one of the most unusual places to stay on a short break. Tiger Lodge is the first of its kind in the U.K and offers a unique wildlife getaway. Situated within the tiger enclosure at Port Lympne, the lodge […]