All Blog Posts for Tigers

Borya and Svetlaya have successfully survived their second winter in the wild.
New photographs of the tigers famously released back to the wild show that Borya and Svetlaya have successfully survived Read more »
IFAW has participated in numbers of captive big cat rescues in the last few year
1 June 2016 Carson Barylak
Thailand’s Tiger Temple has long been controversial. The facility has profited from allowing direct contact between Read more »
Scientists are observing interesting interspecies relations in Filippa’s enclosu
Interspecies relationships can be one of the most interesting aspects of animal behaviour, especially those between predator Read more »
Much progress has been made in the last year to protect the endangered African L
20 May 2016 Azzedine Downes
Perhaps it seems a little ironic that we celebrate Endangered Species Day, as the fact that so many animals are endangered Read more »
15 April 2016 Ekaterina Blidchenko
An orphaned female tiger cub found in the Russian Far East, and now rehabilitating at PRNCO “Tiger Center”, has Read more »
Two recent US federal agency decisions will help both big cats and the public.
5 April 2016 Carson Barylak
Two recent US federal agency decisions bring promise for improving the welfare of big cats in the US and restricting the Read more »
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